The next in the series Angel from Liza O’Connor is here!
Easy Love (Angel Series) from Liza O’Connor is a Risqué Contemporary Romance
Four years after Angel marries David, she discovers he has fallen for Angel’s best friend, Jean. Instead of fighting for his love, she generously gives him up and assures him he can still be father to her five-year-old son, Stevie. After they divorce, David constantly bullies and berates her. When her son declares he wants to live with David and Jean, Angel hits rock bottom. Max Straun advises her to take a vacation, so she heads off to Scotland. Max sends one of his agents, Jeff Rosen, to be her ‘roommate’. Jeff does a fabulous job cheering her up as he expands her horizons in the process.
When Angel returns from her vacation, she goes directly into the secret facility that houses the Carnivore Program. She’s determined she can endure the efforts taken to secure and protect Carnivore this time, only the efforts have intensified. Soon, Angel needs a break, and she’s sent back to her home, which is now home to eleven FBI agents. She soon has multiple lovers to ensure she is never without a man. Ironically, she has selected men who can never be more than casual lovers due to their own situations and commitments.
Eventually, the kidnapping of her son, and an unexpected pregnancy helps her come to terms with her life. She no longer wants ‘many easy loves’. Angel longs for a deep, strong love with one very fine man. But it’s quite possible the man she wants won’t want her. If so, she’ll just go it alone.
Max pulled back the shower curtain and frowned at the sweats. “I am not wearing David’s clothes. Any chance I can have that robe you are wearing while you throw my clothes in the washer.”
“Max, you cannot throw a silk shirt and wool pants in the washer. The pants will come out this big,” she said as she held her fingers a few inches apart.
“I do not want to wear David’s clothes.”
“I don’t know what to tell you. Do you want me to drive all the way into Richmond and buy you more clothes?” she asked with sarcasm.
“I’ve bought you clothes,” he reminded her.
She sighed. When he first drove her up here to live with Steve’s grandparents, he had purchased an entire trunk of clothes in growing maternity sizes for her.
“All right. I’ll leave you my robe and go all the way into Richmond and buy you clothes. What would you like me to buy?”
He smiled. “Surprise me.”
“You may regret that,” she warned him. “I’m in a mind to casual you up.”
When she returned three hours later from her quick shopping spree in Richmond, Max relaxed on her back porch, wearing her robe, sipping a glass of wine.
“Comfy” she asked, trying not to notice how incredibly masculine he managed to look in her cotton robe.
“Yes, I am.” He sounded a bit surprised to find himself in such a benign state. “So what did you buy me?”
She smirked and handed him the bag.
His eyebrow rose in suspicion as he opened it and retrieved a pair of tight red silk briefs. His forehead crinkled. “Now that’s different.” Next, he pulled out a polo shirt, followed by khaki pants. The forehead crinkles disappeared.
His dark eyes met hers. “Thank you. The briefs aside, I believe I’ll feel comfortable enough in this new look.”
About the Author
Liza O’Connor lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. They hike in fabulous woods every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels.
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