Elsa feels safe when her favorite hot cop comes into her coffee shop, especially with a serial killer on the loose.
Elsa Waters works long hours running The Rabbit Hole, a coffee shop in the center of town. Her only dreams consist of keeping the business afloat and the sexy police officer who doesn’t even notice her on his daily coffee run.
Officer Harris March tried everything in the book to get Elsa to show some sort of interest in him. With a serial killer on the loose, a dangerous idea takes root in his mind, and he decides to risk it all for the chance to have the woman of his dreams.
She smiled and rearranged herself on the couch in an attempt to at least look more attractive. As alluring as one could possibly be while covered in coffee bean dust. But as she moved so did he. When her elbow hit the wall her funny bone pinged, and she dropped her cup of warm coffee right in his lap.
“Oh my God. I’m so sorry!” She jumped up to help him.
“It’s ok. It’s not hot, but I should probably dry these.”
“Here let me,” she said dropping to her knees in front of him. Before she could even think about the situation she had his belt open and then stood to help him out of his pants.
“This really is a full service place,” he said with a chuckle.
She jerked away from him as realization dawned.
“I’m such an idiot tonight,” Elsa said as she turned away so he wouldn’t see the tears pooling at the corners of her eyes.
She heard the rustle of cloth and turned back around to find him standing in a white T-shirt, black boxer briefs, and his socks. A naked pistol was clutched in his hand. He laid the gun on the coffee table. Elsa gathered his clothes and took them to the dryer in the other room. Luckily she had washed all the towels in the shop earlier, or he’d have been stuck in wet clothes all night.
When she came back into the room, she found him lounging just as he had been completely comfortable in his partial nudity.
About the Author
Monica Corwin is an outspoken writer who believes romance is for everyone no matter their preferences. Displaced in Central Pennsylvania, Monica Corwin attempts to spend her days writing away in her home by the river. In reality, she chases around a toddler and writes when she can. In her free time she drinks entirely too much coffee and collects tomes on King Arthur. Monica Corwin has over thirteen published works from publishers such as Crimson Romance and Cleis Press. You can find her on the web at http://www.monicacorwin.com
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