Dear Mr. Burns:
You were kind to me when there was no one else.
You were there for me after the divorce.
You were there for me after my mom left.
You were there for me all throughout my teen years, when I was downright impossible to be around.
I’m grateful for everything you’ve done, including putting a roof over my head, food on the table, and of course, suffering through years of my annoying teenage angst.
But now, I’m all grown up and it’s time for me to show my appreciation.
I may be going to college … but not without one last encounter before we say goodbye.
This a romantic tale about the man of the house and the brat living under his roof. Never underestimate Mari Cook because she may be half-girl / half-woman, but she won’t leave without acknowledging the man who’s been a strong father figure all her life. This book is a follow-up to Satisfying the Biker Gang, and as always, there are sensitive scenes inside which make this tale inappropriate for certain readers. HEA guaranteed.