In fact, it was the hardest of the three. Not only did I not know that this would be a series when I wrote Just Right, I didn’t know that the perfect man for Sara was her brother’s best friend, Mac, until halfway through book two, Just Like That. Once it became obvious, I also thought “great, this will be easy”. But it wasn’t. Because they had a relationship prior and their relationship affected everyone around them. The “everyone else” that I’d known and learned about and come to care for over the previous two books. It was hard to think about disappointing them, to have them fight with one another, to have to choose sides.
But that’s real life isn’t it? True love, happily ever afters are rarely about just the couple. It affects everyone in their lives. For Sara and Mac it was, most importantly, Sara’s siblings and their friends.
Secretly wanting her—no problem. Her not-so-secretly wanting him—big trouble.
There’s only one problem with the woman Jason “Mac” Gordon wants: his best friend’s little sister is off limits. Way off limits, and too young and innocent for the likes of him. From past experience, he’s learned to hide his not-so-nice preferences from the nice girls he seems to attract. That definitely includes the woman he’s always thought of as a sister. At least until recently.
Sara Bradford always gets what she wants—which is partly Mac’s fault. After all, he helped spoil her. So she has no intention of taking his no for an answer on anything—least of all his refusal to sleep with her. He thinks she’s too innocent? Fine. She’ll simply get un-innocent and show Mac that she wants him—the good, the bad and the nipple clamps.
When Mac’s plan to drive her away works too well, he’s forced to follow her to a tropical paradise, determined to make sure she doesn’t find her wild side with anyone but him. Once she gets a real taste of what he likes, he’s sure everything will go back to normal.
That’s until he discovers a slight kink, er, flaw in his logic…