Marking Mariah by Liz Crowe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Terrance "Trigger" O'Leary is as low as a man can go.
He's at rock bottom.
Drinking his days away and slumming the nights away with whatever is willing to leave the bar with his over intoxicated self.
Due to a head injury he's out of Delta Force and on his own.
Finally he decides he needs to get his head on straight.
This leads him home.
It also leads him to Mariah.
Mariah's new in town, moved with her son for a new job. She's not a one night stand kinda girl, she's responsible, and lonely. She hasn't been with a man in years, thanks to the damage her ex did to her and focusing on raising her son and finishing school.
A twist of fate puts the two together in the same bar an sparks fly. Against her better judgement she leaves with him. Her brain is back an forth about it, but eventually her body wins and she goes for it.
Now their one night stand isn't exactly that, not once they come face to face at work. Things could get complicated!!
Loved this short read. I do believe Liz Crowe has a new fan.
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