Heels, Rhymes & Nursery Crimes Volume 20
by Laura N. Andrews
Genre: Thriller, Suspense
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,
catch a psycho like a pro.
Kill them, and then leave a rose.
Who am I? You’ll never know.
Elizabeth Jacobs has the urge to kill, but her mother stresses the importance of acting with a conscience. Guided by her, Elizabeth has become a loaded weapon, aiming for only the most suitable of targets. Trouble is, no matter the target, the police working her case are hot on her heels.
One detective, Isaac Lucas, finds himself caught in the middle of a criminal investigation and his first serious relationship. He never expected the two would be so entwined.
Welcome to Nursery Crimes, where tales are twisted and happily ever afters are not always guaranteed….
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As he concentrated on parking the car, she gripped him tighter. “Lizzie,” he groaned.
That was new.
She didn’t hate it. She heard him unbuckle his seatbelt, and before she could process what he was about to do, Lucas leaned forward and kissed her. His hand held her cheek with a tantalising grip while his mouth took hers with delicious dominance. Their tongues battled it out before she relinquished control and moaned in pleasure.
Why had she waited so long to be with someone? It must’ve been seven or eight months. But what was most curious was her reactions to this male. She’d never known such hunger. Such need. She’d almost forgotten what it was like to kiss and be kissed by a man. Especially one like Isaac Lucas. The detective. The man certainly knew what he was doing. Adjusting her position to face him, she reached her other hand over to grip his inner thigh again.
Lucas’s hand moved to her nape and held her tight. “I can’t wait to have you in my room.”
“Hmm,” she whispered. “The things I’m going to do to you.”
“Mm. Take me inside, Detective.” He did just that.
Canadian born Laura N. Andrews moved to Australia when she was three years old. When she finished high school, she successfully completed her studies in law enforcement. Since then, she’s been working for over eight years as a pharmacy assistant. When she’s not working or spending time with family and friends, you can find her either curled up with a book or writing one of her own.