Acadia’s Law by Tracy Ellen
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Apocalyptic Thriller
Release Date: July 26, 2014
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
“Acadia’s Law” is the stand alone first book in the “Undying Love” series, an unusual and thrilling love story by Tracy Ellen, the author that brought you “The Adventures of Anabel Axelrod”---
Ask yourself this: How would you survive?
Acadia King is a young widow suddenly faced with answering this question, but in ways she could have never dreamed possible! Dark with despair over the death of her husband two years previous and the heavy burden of running a large farm, Acadia reluctantly agrees with her concerned friends to socialize again in the hopes of finding a little happiness. How could she know that the same night she finally ventures out to a cocktail bar to meet a man for a date an infection that turns people into violent crazies will begin to sweep across the Twin Cities!
The race is on!
For every person that can empathize with losing a special love and the struggle to find a reason to go on, be prepared for a sensual, sexy, and exuberant love story! For every person that has ever wondered what they would do if they had a day to get ready for the end of the world, be prepared for the start of a dark, humorous, action-packed thrill ride!
Acadia’s Law introduces an outrageous heroine struggling to find her feet again, an insanely hot hero doing his best to keep her on her back, and a supporting cast of great characters in the apocalyptic world of Acadia King.
For mature audiences.
Acadia’s Law: Book One, Undying Love Series
Rod came in and leaned down near my ear. “I owe you an apology, too.”
Now this was more like it because he did owe me an apology, probably more than one. I have an enormous amount of respect for any man that can sincerely admit when they’re in the wrong without any games.
Nodding, I smiled up at Rod encouragingly.
His eyes roamed over my upturned face long enough that I began to get uncomfortable. “I don’t have all night, Football, so hurry it up.”
He shook his head briefly, murmuring enigmatically, “I think it’s your eyes, but it could be your mouth.”
“That’s an apology?” I asked in suspicious confusion.
He laughed softly while smoothing his silky hair behind his ear. “No, this is my apology. Please forgive me for not telling you this earlier tonight on the elevator.” Now my smile faltered into a suspicious frown at those words, since the elevator had nothing to do with the apology I expected. “For an older sister, you have an outstanding ass.” Rod moved his head back and nodded at my gaping expression--it was the fish out of water look again, but I couldn’t help it. “Upside down heart-shaped, your ass is so womanly soft and squeezable.” His gleaming eyes on mine, Rod kissed his fingers in a gesture that somehow came off seductively foreign, instead of like the local bar pervert. “It’s not gym hard, but an old-fashioned ass a man can grab onto with both his hands,” Rod’s smile was slow, “and just the kind that I love to sink into every night.”
My mouth snapped shut with an audible click. Well, Christ Almighty, I wasn’t sure if the man had complimented me, compared my ass to Charmin, described the women he nightly screwed, boldly suggested anal sex, or all of the above. It didn’t matter because none of what he said was acceptable.
“I may have a fat ass, but you’re a complete ass.”