I love my husband's scruff. He doesn't have a long beard but just a slight dusting of whiskers on face. Would I like him with a bigger beard?? Hmmm. I've never seen him with one but...
What about you? Do you love a man with whiskers? Does it have to be a certain length? Or do you only love a clean shaven man?
Check out Zach in all his glory in SING TO ME, Mindy McKinley's latest release! Now available in Ebook and Print!
Sometimes you have to listen to your heart to find your voice.
After a disastrous relationship leaves her floundering, bartender and songwriter Emmy Benson, struggles to break the emotional bonds keeping her tethered to her ex. Desperate to find her voice for her songs and finally put Aiden behind her, Emmy takes a chance on the bearded white knight who is always there when she needs him. But moving on is harder than she expected.
Zach Baxter fights to keep his head above water with the family business, since his uncle fell sick. Short on help and at constant odds with him, Zach doesn’t have time for a relationship. But from the moment he sees Emmy Benson’s bottom dangling over the side of a dumpster, he can’t stay away no matter how hard he tries. She awakens something in him he’s never felt and he’s ready to go all in. There’s just one catch. Her heart might be already taken.
Can Emmy finally break free and let Zach into her heart? Or will she lose him for once and all?
“I think there’s a very good chance.” Emmy leaned over the bar so that he had the best view possible of her breasts. If there weren’t other customers, she’d kiss him right this second because she was dying to know what his lips felt like against hers, how his beard would feel sliding against her neck. She’d fantasized enough, it was time to know.
“So, in the high nineties, you’d say?” Zach asked. She could feel the desire in his voice, and it made her nether regions curl with need.
“Mmm, no,” Emmy answered cryptically, pouring his beer. She made him wait a beat longer than necessary before sliding it to him and adding, “It’s definitely over a hundred.”
He took the beer with a wide smile. “I like those odds.” He took a drink without taking his eyes off hers. “I like those odds a lot.”
“I thought you might.” She lowered her voice. “I have a break in about fifteen minutes,” she told him before another customer pulled her attention away.
Emmy could feel Zach’s eyes on her, and she struggled to concentrate on anything other than the magnetic force that pulled her to him.
As soon as Michael came out from the back to watch over the bar, Emmy nodded at Zach, her stomach trilled with anticipation. “Meet me out back?”
Mindy McKinley is a Contemporary Romance author, avid reader, and cellist.
She lives in the Midwest with her drummer husband and two adorable cats. In her life outside of writing, she is a music teacher, a small business owner, and a professional musician.
No matter where she is in her busy life, her mind is always on her writing. She finds inspiration in everyday moments and joy in putting words in just the right order.
If you're interested in learning more about Mindy's writing, visit her website at www.mindymckinley.com for information on current books, upcoming projects, and a blog.