Jensen (The Bradford Brothers #1)


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She’s so stuck up. She obviously has something to prove. Her personality is so not my type. But all I want to do is put my hands all over that curvy ass of hers.


I don’t do love . So why am I hung up on my lawyer, of all women? While she was waxing poetic as an eager law student, I was putting my life on the line to save my brothers in arms; risking it all jumping out of airplanes on my Special Ops missions to rescue American heroes cut off behind enemy lines.

Thanks to a bullshit assault and battery charge, I left the highly elite USAF OPSEC division. Now what I do is train new recruits to rescue servicemen when they're injured. I also do one night stands. But I don’t do commitment .

So why am I so into this attorney who thinks she’s too good to represent me?

* * *

He’s dangerous. A criminal. He has tattoos. And he’s not even my type. But those muscles. That chest. Are his good looks the only reason I can’t get him out of my head?


I have it made. I’m an up and coming, successful lawyer at a large firm, and I’m engaged to the son of the founding partner. Sure, our relationship is more about politics than love, but what else does a woman need in this day and age?

At least that’s what I used to think. Until I met him. Jensen. I was supposed to save his career, save him . That was before shit hit the fan and I was told to take a "leave of absence" to "get my priorities straight"—all because I refused to be shady just to win the case.

Now I’m starting to think Jensen was sent to save my career. But as my job and my relationship start to unravel, the last thing I need is a distraction…

** Jensen is the first novel in the Bradford Brothers series. It’s a standalone novel with a guaranteed Happy Ever After and contains no cheating and no cliffhangers. You won’t miss a beat of any one Bradford Brothers book if you haven’t read the others, and they can be read in any order but they’re best enjoyed all together!

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