Your life can change when you least expect it, but the love of the right person can make those changes bearable.
Mia Dechino is running from her traumatic past and the death of a loved one. Heartbroken and numb, she packs a bag and is ready to escape the small town in Georgia where she grew up.
Heading off to Miami to start over, she meets Sebastian Price on an interview from hell. Sebastian is cocky, arrogant, and a womanizer but he might be what Mia is searching for.
Mia tries to keep her distance from Sebastian but the connection between them is unavoidable. Their attraction slowly builds as the line between employee and employer blurs.
At twenty-three years old, Mia has gone through more than most people have in a lifetime. Can Mia move past the pain she has in her heart and finally begin to be happy? Or will the guilt of a loved one’s death destroy her.
*Recommended for 17+ due to subject matter and sexual content.
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I was finishing reading my notes when I saw movement from the corner of my eye. I looked up to see Sebastian walking in the kitchen from the other end of the room. He was wearing nothing but basketball shorts. His face and body were glistening with sweat. His head was down while he listened to music through his MP3 player so he hadn’t seen me yet.
I was enjoying the view.
Six days was entirely too long to go without seeing this man. He was in incredible shape. Drops of sweat were sliding down the muscles in his six-pack and I wanted to run my tongue over every one. With a body like that his stamina must be out of this world.
I watched the muscles in his arms as he opened the refrigerator door. He bent over and searched the shelves for a second. I could sit here all day watching his body, although I rather watch his body as he is pumping himself inside me.
Argh! I needed to stop thinking about him sexually. He is my boss.
Sebastian grabbed a carton of orange juice and opened a cabinet that was next to the fridge. He grabbed a glass and poured himself a drink. After returning the carton to the fridge he turned my way and we locked eyes.
He just caught me ogling his body. Way to give mixed signals Mia. He took the headphones out of his ears and placed them on the counter.
“How long have you been here?” He asked me.
Should I lie? No I couldn’t. Knowing him, he has cameras in every room and he watches the footage.
Justine Elvira is an independent author who currently resides in Chicago, Illinois.
Justine’s love for reading and writing started in her childhood. She would constantly come up with elaborate stories in her head and put them to paper.
Her first novel was published March 30th, 2013. The Road To Price follows Mia Dechino during a turning point in her life. It is a love story at heart.
When Justine is not writing, she is spending quality time with her children. She also loves to hike, read, and dance.