Must Love Plague

Title: Must Love Plague
Series: Sisters of the Apocalypse Series #1
Published by: Self-Pub
Release Date: October 11, 2017
Pages: 337
ISBN13: 978-1-7750206-08
ASIN: B075B665WF

Spreading disease isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Piper Bane wants nothing to do with her pesky Pestilence bloodline and would give anything to be a Normal. In fact, she put Beckwell–land of the paranormal and home of the weird–in her rear-view ten years ago and hasn’t been back since. Until an invitation to her best friend’s wedding coaxes her back home and reminds her what it means to continue the legacy of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. She receives a typical Beckwell welcome the second she reaches the city limits where she’s stalked by a toad and wraps her car around a tree. And is rescued by the one person she most wants to avoid: Daniel Quilan. Town doctor, genuine nice guy, and her ex-fiancé.

Ten years hasn’t been long enough for Daniel Quilan to forget the only woman he’s ever loved. His responsibilities as Beckwell’s only doctor keeps his mind off the hole Piper Bane left in his chest when she broke his heart and skipped town all those years ago. His not-so-ordinary patients and his trouble-making twin brother keep Daniel occupied twenty-four-seven, not to mention magic going haywire throughout town. But his plan to stay busy as the town’s golden boy is shattered when his latest patient turns out to be Piper. How good she looks isn’t his concern. How she still makes fire shoot through his veins isn’t his focus. But the fact that someone wants to end the world and will use Piper to do so……that makes her impossible to ignore.

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Piper’s tongue traced her lips, and Daniel’s eyes narrowed on the movement. She forgot how to breathe. How would it feel to kiss him after all these years? How did grown-up Daniel taste?

When he used to kiss her, her body would go hot and wet almost instantly. Clothes became this horrible invention that kept their skin apart. And when they actually had sex? Holy hell, if having him move inside her wasn’t enough, her world exploded after, into hypersensitivity and certainty, where she could hear every heartbeat, feel every breath like her own.

She stepped forward half a step. Her suitcase pressed against her knees, trapped between she and Daniel.

He stared down at her lips. His hand tightened over hers. His breath brushed her face, and he still smelled like toothpaste and soap.

Her eyelashes fluttered. Lust ricocheted through her body like a loose bullet, setting everything it touched on fire. Her insides coiled and tightened in liquid desire. She came up on her toes. His lips hovered over hers. She could feel him, the heat of him, the solid strength of him.

Until he let go of her hand and her suitcase. He took a step away from her. Then another.

He cleared his throat again. “We can’t,” he said, voice rough.