So, tomorrow the 4th story in my Vaughn series releases and I'm really excited. Jackson turned out to be one of my favorite heroes. He's so ornery and it's just so sexy!
This is the closest I could get to what Jackson looks like. The only difference is that Jackson is a bit more rugged, I think. He's ex-military and very sure of himself...at least he was until Grace Vaughn shows up in his life. She turns him inside out. (She IS a Vaughn after all, lol) And being the glutton that he is he can't get enough of her smartass attitude. She's his match in every way. I loved watching the sparks fly as I wrote their story!
A hard man is good to find…and impossible to resist.
The Vaughn Series, Book 4
Since a car accident left her unable to have children, Grace Vaughn has hidden her heart behind a wall. So far it’s held strong, and no one complains much—except the few men she dates.
Now that fortress is crumbling thanks to Jackson Hill, an annoyingly attractive man who makes her imagination go wild just watching him in the office. He’s practically bullied her into attending a Vegas conference with him. Three days alone with the delicious Jackson—in Sin City, no less—is sure to push her right over the edge.
With a loving family, a decent bank account, a nice set of clubs, Jackson’s life is almost complete. Except for the missing piece. Grace. She sets a fire in his blood, and the conference is the perfect crowbar to get past her defense mechanisms. It’s time to see if the bump-and-grind potential in that booty of hers can be channeled into something a little more satisfying than looking.
He’s got just the tactic to get her to let down her guard—and hopefully her panties. A wicked bet. Because if there’s one thing he knows about Grace, she can’t resist a double-dog-dare…
Warning: This title contains graphic sex, rope bondage, anal sex, and a deliciously inventive hero who just happens to be really good with knots and doling out spankings.
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The truth is, I rarely attempt to find pictures to match my heroes. They just never quite seem to fit, ya know? I prefer to form an image in my head and leave at that. Still, it got me curious. Do you, the reader, like to see images of the characters you're reading? Does it help you or does it bother you? Authors, do you pick out images before you even write the book? Or do you look for the pictures later on?