So on Tuesday, Jay's newest book Built was released. This is the much anticipated first full length book in her new Saints of Denver series and it didn't disappoint one bit.
"It's a work thing." I grumbled the lie out and Poppy laughed softly at me.
"Sure it is. Just like you coming home covered in paint last night was a work thing." I frowned at her and slumped down in my seat.
"That was work. Not my work exactly, but still work." At least it had been until I ended up naked and fucked. I sighed a little. I'd never ever actually been fucked before Zeb. Seattle Sayer had never dated men that were the kind to fuck, and again I could kick her for all that she had missed out on. I sure as hell had never had sex up against a freshly painted wall with my ass sticking up in the air and now I knew what I was missing.
I wanted to be numb to it all. Wanted to chalk it up to raging hormones that had hummed around Zeb since the beginning. I wanted to be detached and calm so that I could tell him it was a mistake that we shouldn't make again. I wasn't any of those things.
Nope, despite my best effort to keep a lid on them, my feelings, where Zeb Fuller was concerned, were leaking out through every crack they could find in my icy exterior. They were oozing, flowing, liquid, and as hot as lava all over me.
How's that for steaming hot?!?! What I loved about this story is that Zeb and Sayer, the main characters were so different physically but inside they were both these lost and flawed people that simply needed each other. It's just that Sayer was harder to convince that they belonged together than Zeb. He proved to be both ambitious and determined and refused to give up on what he knew in his heart was right for both of them.