Book Spotlight: Sweet by Elizabeth Hunter
(Love Stories on 7th and Main #4)
by Elizabeth Hunter
Date Released: December 14, 2021
He survived by always being in control.
She’s about to make him melt.
It’s 2004, and Daisy Rivera knows two things: she’s going to end up disappointing her parents’ fondest hopes and dreams in roughly six months, and somehow she’s going to figure out how to kiss the mysterious tattoo artist two shops down from her grandmother’s cafe that everyone calls Spider.
Spider Villalobos knows one thing: if he gives into temptation and makes a move on Daisy, his fresh start is over.
Their shops may be neighbors in Metlin, but their lives are worlds apart.
Sweet is an all new novella in the Love Stories on 7th and Main series by USA Today bestselling author, Elizabeth Hunter.
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An Excerpt from Sweet
She tasted so good. Her mouth had tasted like mint and her lip gloss had been vanilla or some shit like that because when he licked his lips after he kissed her, it tasted like a muffin. Where the hell did girls even find stuff like that?
“I like your place.” She was looking around at his bedroom. “It’s really… clean.”
He nodded. “Yeah. I like to keep things organized.”
She bit the corner of her lip. “I can tell.”
Spider didn’t own a chair. The sole surface for sitting was his full-size bed, but that didn’t seem like a very good option if he was trying to get control of his dick.
Of course, the only other option was the floor.
“Um…” He gestured to the corner of the bed. “Sit. I’ll get you some water. Or milk. Sorry, I don’t have anything else. I’m not used to—”
“Spider.” Daisy was looking around, and her expression was amused. Not like, mocking amused, just sweet. Cause she was a fucking sweetheart. “It’s pretty obvious that you weren’t expecting company. It’s okay. Why don’t we go get a coffee or something? We don’t have to hide here.”
She thought they should be seen together? In public? “I don’t think that’s a good idea.”
Cause I’m a fucking homeboy and you’re a decent girl. He shook his head. “Daisy, I like you—”
“I like you too.” Her cheeks were a little pink. “And I’m not embarrassed to be seen with you. Are you embarrassed by me?”
“Embarrassed by you?” He snorted. “That’s not the way this works, princesa. I’m the embarrassing one, remember? You’re Metlin’s golden girl. The last thing your reputation needs is someone like me.”
About Elizabeth Hunter
Elizabeth Hunter is a USA Today and international bestselling author of romance, contemporary fantasy, and paranormal mystery. Based in Central California, she travels extensively to write fantasy fiction exploring world mythologies, history, and the universal bonds of love, friendship, and family. She has published over thirty works of fiction and sold over a million books worldwide. She is the author of Love Stories on 7th and Main, the Elemental Legacy series, the Irin Chronicles, the Cambio Springs Mysteries, and other works of fiction.
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