Title: One Night with Hemsworth by Eden Finley
Cole Turner’s ex-wife is getting remarried. No amount of alcohol can drown that out, but taking home the hot brunette at the bar is a good enough distraction. That’s all Paige is meant to be—a distraction.
Paige Minor is too busy studying for her law degree and getting over a bad breakup to care about finding another boyfriend. All she wants is one night of careless fun with a complete stranger. Cole seems like the perfect candidate.
When Cole goes to pick up his son from his ex’s perfect house, with her perfect fiancé, and perfect new life, the last person he expects to see is Paige. She definitely shouldn’t be the one opening the door. As he stares at the person who was in his bed less than twenty-four hours earlier, a single thought occurs to him: I just slept with my ex’s new stepdaughter.
One Night with Hemsworth is the first book in a series, but can be read as a standalone.
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It wasn’t until Cody came running out, throwing his arms around Cole and screaming “Dad!” that I realised what actually happened last night.
I slept with my new stepbrother’s dad. I had sex with my stepmother’s ex-husband.
I wanted to shrink back into myself. It didn’t really happen, did it? We have to be in some kind of alternate universe. Like Asgard. That would explain why Thor is here, at my fucking house, looking like the god he is in black jeans and a light denim button-down shirt.
Cole hugged Cody tight but didn’t take his eyes off me. “Hey, buddy. I’ll be along in a minute. I need to … umm … I forgot something out in my car. I’ll be back in a sec, okay?”
“Okay.” Cody ran back inside, leaving us both standing in the entryway completely silent and completely stunned.
“This isn’t happening,” he mumbled. He started pacing the porch, running his hand through his hair. “Please tell me you’re a babysitter, or a housekeeper, or … fuck, I don’t know. Please tell me you’re not who I think you are.”
My mouth opened, but nothing came out.
“Reece said Paul had a daughter. I just assumed a pimply pre-teen with pigtails. Not … oh, this is not good.” He looked like he was about to hyperventilate. “Did you know who I was?” His eyes snapped to mine.
“What?” I choked on the word.
“Did you know who I was?” he said, slower this time and through gritted teeth. He stepped closer so he was within an inch of me.
His aftershave smelled incredible, and being that close to him made me want to reach out and touch him, kiss the mouth that explored all of me last night. I forced myself to find my voice. “I swear, I didn’t. I wouldn’t have …”
We were interrupted by Reece coming to the door. “Everything okay out here? Cody said you forgot something.”
Cole took a step back and tried to wipe the terrified look off his face. “Yeah, yeah, everything’s fine. Thought I left my phone in the car.” He pulled it out of his jeans. “But it was in my pocket.”
Reece looked at him like he’d lost his mind, but stepped aside and invited him in. “Dinner’s almost ready.”
“Wait … you’re staying for dinner?” I asked and then looked at Reece. “He’s staying for dinner?”
She sighed. “Yes, Paige, I invited my ex-husband over for dinner.”
“But he’s your ex …?” I said, confused. I couldn’t remember the last time my mother and father had a meal together.
“And he’s also Cody’s father. We’re technically family. We all have to try to be mature about this, so we’re going to need to make the effort to get along.”
Does having his cock in my mouth count for getting along? Pretty sure I nailed that last night.
Don’t even go there, Paige.
About Eden Finley
Eden Finley grew up near Brisbane in Qld, Australia. She’s a romance/erotica author by day, and Batman at night …
Okay, I’m not Batman, but I feel like I am. I have a cool secret name and everything.
I have several Young Adult works published under my real name. For this reason, I chose a pen name to write for this genre to keep them separate. Well that, and I don’t want my mother to read Eden’s books. Seriously, how freaking awkward would that be?
I’m a lover of reading and writing anything that involves romance, contemporary, paranormal, suspense, and YA. If I’m not spending time with my family, chances are I’ll have my laptop or kindle in my hand.