Getting Out of Hand: Sapphire Falls book one
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The first book in the USA Today Bestselling series from Erin Nicholas!
Genius scientist Mason Riley can cure world hunger, impress the media and piss off the Vice President of the United States all before breakfast. But he's not sure he can get through his high school class reunion.
Then he meets the new girl in town.
Adrianne Scott loves Sapphire Falls. The sleepy little town has been the perfect place to escape her fast-paced, high stress lifestyle. Her only plans now include opening her candy shop and living a quiet, drama-free life.
Until Mason Riley bids four hundred dollars just to dance with her.
Mason sure doesn't look--or kiss--like a genius scientist geek. In fact, he makes Adrianne's heart pound like nothing she's ever experienced. Passion like this with a guy who travels the world and parties at the White House should probably be a red flag for a girl who wants a simple boring life.
Good thing no one falls in love in a weekend.
WARNING: read only if you don't mind some naughty words, sexy times described in great detail, humor, small town quirkiness, meddling best friends, mud in the kitchen, references to bisexuality, oh and talk about candy... and that's not a euphemism for anything... actual candy.
SAPPHIRE FALLS SERIES
Getting Out of Hand, book one
Getting Worked Up, book two
Getting Dirty, book three
Getting In the Spirit, Christmas novella
Getting In the Mood, Valentine's novella
Getting It All, book four
Getting Lucky, book five
Getting Over It, book six
Getting to Her, book six companion novella
Getting to the Church On Time, Christmas novella
Getting His Way, book seven
have lunch with the girl he’d had a crush on for five years of his life. At one time, he would have given anything to have Hailey Conner’s attention—her positive attention. He’d experienced her attention in a big way one time. That had been more than enough. Which was probably part of why he didn’t want to have lunch with her. But it seemed that a bigger part of it was driving away in a blue sundress and black ballpoint-pen ink. There had been nothing predictable about this trip at all. He
that felt good. The sound of a chainsaw and a chorus of screams interrupted the fantasy she had going of his mouth continuing on down. “Crap.” She stepped out of his hold, closed the door and then locked it. “We can hang out in here for a while.” “We’re hiding.” “Yes.” From the whole town, the whole world, for at least a week if she could arrange it. “So you’ve never been in a haunted house before?” “No.” “Why not? It’s been a part of the festival for years. Wasn’t it here when you lived
her grocery receipt. Adrianne had wanted to know about all five men Hailey had decided to approach about investing. So she’d begun her research on the Internet but quickly discovered the most comprehensive information on the guys could be found at the diner downtown. All the local men aged seventy and older congregated at the diner every morning for coffee and gossip. They had all lived in Sapphire Falls forever and kept track of everyone and everything. They were able to report where each of
dressed again. “You’re not going to be dressed for the next several hours, honey.” She seemed relieved at that. She grabbed a tissue box from the end table and handed it to him. He took care of the condom and pulled his underwear and pants back together but didn’t fasten them. He turned to face her. She was leaning against the arm of the couch, the blanket tucked under her arms. “Adrianne, I think you should know that—” “You’re leaving,” she said. Then she sighed. “I know. It’s not like I
okay?” “I think you should move in with me.” He pulled back and her grip loosened as she took a deep breath. “What?” he asked “You said you want to stay,” she said. “I want to sleep with you. A lot. Actually sleep, along with this. You should move in with me.” He looked down at her, the dirt streaks on her cheeks making him want to kiss her. Of course, her breathing made him want to kiss her. “I’d love to live with you, Ad. You can move in here.” “So you are moving here?” “Of course.