By Jill Shalvis
"Jill Shalvis is a complete unique! It does not get any better." --Suzanne Forster
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It's undesirable sufficient that gutsy pilot Mel Anderson has to scrub up after her adorable yet thoroughly disorganized ally and company accomplice, Dimi, whereas her certifiable staff make extra paintings than they do. Now, the only guy she was hoping she'd by no means see back is again and seeking out difficulty. Scratch that, he's difficulty. awesome, extra please difficulty…
Bo Black wishes his family's airport again, and he is decided to get it. This laid-back Aussie is nobody's idiot. factor is, nor is Mel. She's severe. Uptight. attractive. and extremely, very tempting. without notice, Bo's considering much less approximately revenge and extra approximately kissing and touching and falling right into a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants form of ceaselessly love…
"Shalvis makes me snicker, makes me cry, makes me sigh with natural pleasure." --Susan Andersen
"Count on Jill Shalvis for a witty, steamy, unput-downable love story." --Robyn Carr
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In retrospect, with the 20/20 hindsight of dubious maturity, Mel and Dimi probably shouldn’t have ever pretended to be in constant contact with Sally, but it had kept the calm then, and the status quo. Besides, dwelling wasn’t Mel’s style. Nor were regrets. She’d lived with the decisions they’d made back then. Now Bo would have to do the same. ” “God. ” Dimi started going through her basket of tea bags, bracelets jangling. ” It’d take a planeload of good meds for Mel to feel calm. ” Dimi shot her a wry glance.
It was seriously starting to piss him off. Ernest came next. He was an odd bloke who muttered to himself and spent a lot of time looking at spiderwebs, and was deﬁnitely not going to warm up to Bo enough to give him any valuable information. A bust. The whole day had been a bust, with the exception of the one piece of knowledge he’d gained about the people here: they shared a deep, abiding, unwavering love for this place, and an even deeper one for Mel. He told himself he didn’t care. He was on a mission, and he’d only just also realized that the mission was going to have to include something he hadn’t expected: clearing his father’s name.
Mmmm,” he said. ” That they were also her favorite scents would not budge her. ” he murmured. ” She crossed her arms and stepped back, making him laugh softly. ” He smiled, something that threw her off, then hooked his ﬁnger into the bag she clutched to her chest, peering in. “Look at that. ” “One. ” He nabbed a large, old-fashioned chocolate glaze, sinking strong white teeth into it and letting out a rough sound of pure pleasure that might have curled her toes, though she’d have to be under the threat of a slow, tortuous death to admit it.
Aussie Rules by Jill Shalvis