This is Part 2. Please read Rock Hard Love - Part 1, before reading this book. Part 1 is FREE!!!! The Finale, Rock Hard Bliss is available now too!
Simone and James make an unconventional couple. She's a conservative, small town girl in the big city. He's a heavy metal rock star with a bad boy reputation. They shouldn't be together, but they are and it's so good.
However, desire sometimes isn't enough to keep trouble at bay. Can Simone trust James when his ex-wife intrudes? Can she deal with her own feelings of inadequacy and envy? Can Simone handle all of that and the trouble her old boss, Victoria, stirs up?
Trouble seems to stalk Simone and James as things go from bad to worse. Will their unspoken love withstand the conflict? Can their problems make the couple stronger or tear the new lovers apart? Will the spark of love withstand the forces conspiring to smother it?
Rock Hard Envy is the follow up to the break out hit by D. H. Cameron that follows the intense love story of two people from two very different worlds. Will emerging love give way to envy and mistrust or will the feelings Simone and James share endure the torrent of conflict that surrounds them.
At over 30,000 words, Rock Hard Envy is the middle chapter in the Rock Hard series that will leave you both satisfied and wanting for more.
"Have a nice time with my ex-husband?" Sylvia asked as she leaned against the counter and then as I turned, she saw the evidence James had left down my torso. However, I wasn't having any of her venom right then. I may not have lived with James, but I was coming to regard his house as my second home. I still couldn't imagine why James had let his ex-wife stay here, but I wasn't going to let her bully me while she did.
"Fantastic, actually," I said as I walked by her. Sylvia was still in her halter top and hot pants, showing off her fake tan and phony tits. "Did you get your financial problems worked out?" I asked as I headed back to the bedroom, our bedroom, James and I, not hers.
"Oh, that was cute. I've always hated that ginger bitch Chad married. He's too good for her. I think my ex has the same problem," Sylvia said. I took a deep breath, tempted to have it out with her but instead I took the high road. I continued on my way and I heard Sylvia huff in frustration. That was all the satisfaction I needed. Back in the bedroom, I had to ask James what possessed him to let her stay here.
"Look, she's a friend. She needed a place to crash and this place is big enough. Why?" James asked as he opened his bottle and took drink. Could he really be that oblivious?
"James, I think she's trying to come between us," was all I could say. Sylvia hadn't said anything specific. She was careful not to reveal her intentions directly but she was making it clear what they were anyway. But what was I supposed to say? Sylvia implied this or vaguely suggested that. I had no evidence and suddenly I wondered if I'd been reading her wrong. No, I wasn't going to play that game. This wasn't me. Sylvia had ulterior motives and I had to remain confident in myself and in James' feelings about me.
"I know this is all awkward but Sylvia and I are finished. She knows that. More importantly, I know it. I'm all about you now, little girl," James assured me. I knew that was true but still, where there were feelings once there could be feelings again. If Sylvia pressed the issue and stirred up those old passions, could James resist? I wanted to believe he would, but he was human. He had loved her and so far, neither of us had ventured anywhere near that word.
I was falling for James and I was pretty sure he felt the same about me but we'd never said it. We'd never said the words. I think I felt them and maybe he did too. However, I wanted to take this slow and James was patient with me. Could Sylvia drive a wedge between us before we had a chance to solidify our feelings?
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Published February 15, 2013
by Cameron Romance.
Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction.