“A hidden gem in contemporary romance” ~~ Café Bibliophile 
    In SAVING ME (Previously released as SAVIN’ ME), Erik Monteague has spent the past thirteen months trapped by the memories of his scorching-hot one-night stand with Kat Owens. When she takes over his advertising account, he’s more than happy to discuss positioning… but not the kind to increase his business… the kind that will put her back in his bed and in his life. While his perfectly executed seduction gets Kat back into his bed, their emotional connection rips open old wounds and Erik is forced to either face his tragic past, or spend the rest of his life running.
    Advertising executive Kat Owens has one last chance to prove to her aging grandfather she can be a success. She can’t afford to be distracted by a charming, bad-boy client she knows from personal experience delivers high-voltage sex but nothing more. After succumbing to his advances and spending a weekend in Erik’s arms, she realizes there’s more to life than a successful career and she sets out to prove to him love can be good and lasting. 
    But Erik’s scars run deep and love may not be enough to save him.
    Each book in the Heat Wave series stands alone and can be read out of order. 
    SAVING ME (Heat Wave Novel #1) (Previously released as SAVIN’ ME)
    LAST CALL (Heat Wave Novel #2) 
    CROSSING LINES (Heat Wave Novel #3) 
    GOING ALL IN (Heat Wave Novel #4) 
    MATTER OF TIME (Heat Wave Novel #5)
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Dude. If u think about her 24/7 like this, u need a cloud of cold rain just pelting on u. Forever.
The first sentence, and I'm imagining he's playing fruit ninja and he CAN. NOT. Get those strawberries!!
So you see my dear Kat, it entirely your fault that I have been miserable these past 13 months, now, you have to make up for it. (gives an evil smile)
err.... because you seem like the type? (looks around and back at him with big round eyes)
Every time I see 'monteague' I think montague from r&j. And Erik's friend earlier called him Romeo too so.... ;)
I think I'm not imagining the wail correctly. It doesn't seem right somehow. Like a little kid throwing a tantrum