🎧Southern Hotshot from Jessica Peterson on Audio!🎧
Lusting after the woman trying to steal my job is stupid. Sexting with her? That’s a game-changing fumble.
Emma Crawford became enemy number one the second she stepped foot on Blue Mountain Farm. She might think I’m just a dumb jock, but I know she’s a stuck-up wine snob who believes she’d be a better exec than me.
She can take my position over my dead body.
But with her ridiculous curves and fearless smarts, she’s becoming one giant distraction just when I need to prove my worth most.
Lucky for me that I have a secret internet sext partner to blow off steam with. My nightly dirty chats with V scratch all the itches Emma gives me.
Emma and V couldn’t be more different – except it turns out they’re the same person.
Just when I thought this scenario was enough of a disaster, I’m falling for the co-worker I can’t touch and can hardly stand.
Even a hotshot player like me can see this is a game we’re both gonna lose.
Southern Hotshot is the next STAND-ALONE novel in the all new North Carolina Highlands Series! This is Samuel and Emma’s smoking hot enemies-to-lovers story. Coming winter 2020!
Samuel has transitioned from his career as a professional football player to handling the beverages and cuisine at the family owned Blue Mountain Farm. Hiring Emma due to her knowledge of wine was not Samuel’s choice and now that he is forced to work with her, he is beginning to like it even less.
Emma is determined to succeed in her career and at this job as she knows that she has education and experience to ensure it happens. She isn’t about to back from anyone or anything and that includes her new boss so it is only a matter of time before the sparks fly.
Working together Samuel and Emma may think that they know each other but they are about to find out that they don’t really know each other at all. The chemistry between them radiates off the pages and though they had their obstacles they prove that they are the perfect match both personally and professionally. I enjoyed the performance of the narrators as they brought the banter and emotion of the story to the forefront.