An environmental studies major, I'd always been passionate about saving our planet. So you can imagine how I felt when Dean Foster, the CEO of the biggest polluter in Boston, moved to our street. I hated him - or, at least, I wanted to. But between Dean's charm, wit, and rugged good looks, he didn't make it very easy.
When Dean asked me to show him around the area, I wanted to say no. But that wouldn't have been the neighborly thing to do. So, I reluctantly agreed, making it clear that I was going as a friend, nothing more. Sure, he was extremely successful with a chiseled body, a sharp wit, and a sense of humor almost as sarcastic as mine. But Dean's company was responsible for more pollution than any other business in Boston. I could never let myself fall for someone like that.
I bought a house near the ocean to get away from the city. It was supposed to be a place where I could be alone, just me and my dog. But when I met Lily, a gorgeous young woman who lived down the street, my desire to be alone disappeared.
Lily was a college senior, several years younger than me. When we met, I was blown away by her wit and passion for the environment. Well, that and the way her butt, breasts, and ocean-blue eyes popped in the matching dress she was wearing.
When I asked Lily to show me around my new town, I was already interested in her. As I got to know her better, especially when I found out she was still a virgin, that mild interest turned into a burning desire to make Lily mine. The only problem was that she hated my company and was even involved in planning a protest against us. But I didn't get to where I was by letting problems stop me from getting what I wanted.
Every problem has a solution.
*** New Neighbor is a 65,000-word steamy standalone romance novel with lots of dirty goodness, no cheating, and a guaranteed Happily Ever After! ***
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