Gun Shy [SEALs at the Ready]
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by Emma Hillman
Category: Erotica/Menage Erotica/Romance
Description: Tired of coming back from missions to find their utilities cut off and their house strung with cobwebs, Scott and Drew, fellow SEALs and surveillance experts, decide to rent their spare room to someone who'll help them take care of things. They need someone they'll never fall for, however, someone homely and definitely not sexy. Kristyn seems to be the answer to all their problems. She wears drab clothes, is a junior high teacher and loves gardening. But she's a lot more than that. As the weeks pass, and she slowly reveals the woman hiding behind the façade she's carefully built over the years, the two men realize they were very, very wrong. She's going to rock their worlds in more ways than one.
eBook Publisher: Resplendence Publishing, LLC, 2012 January
eBookwise Release Date: March 2012
47 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [131 KB]
Reading time: 80-112 min.
"Guess who forgot to pay the electricity bill before we left?"
Drew let his bag drop in the middle of the hallway and blew out a breath. "It was your turn!"
Scott, his fellow SEAL and roommate, shook his head at the usual response. He squinted in the semi-darkness as he tried to decipher the notices that had been waiting for them. Another black letter return, he groaned inwardly, already bemoaning the lack of hot water. He'd been looking forward to a steaming hot shower for days, ever since they'd had to dive into the frigid waters of the Caspian Sea. "Fuck! They shut off both the gas and the electricity."
"Nice. Welcome back, soldier." Drew saluted him as he picked up his bag again and turned toward the staircase.
"We need to do something about this. Seriously, man."
"We just got here!"
"I know," Scott growled back. "But we can't keep doing this. Every time we come back from a mission, something's gone wrong."
"What? You'd prefer living on-base?"
They both shivered at the thought of the gray barracks waiting for them there. No, thank you! "I like this house, I do. But we need to come up with another plan, because live and let live isn't cutting it any longer."
"I'll think of something," Drew promised. "Right now, I want a shower."
"No hot water, remember?" he called out as his friend took the steps two-by-two.
A loud "Fuck!" rang through the house.
Scott smirked. With some luck, that'd get Drew to move. Nothing motivated a diver more than to have no water.