I’m thrilled to announce the upcoming release of “Taming Marco”. This is book 2 of The Moran Family series, but it can be read as a standalone as well.
What do you need to know about Marco Moran?
He’s a charmer.
He has a wicked, nasty mouth.
He’s unapologetically crass.
And he’s about to be tamed.
Unlike his closed off and very tense older brother Cruz, Marco lives life by the seat of his pants. By day he crunches numbers as the CFO at The Moran Group, by night he charms women in and out of his bed. Never one to take life seriously, Marco is thrown off his game when he meets Amita Morales. Beautiful, confident, and unavailable, Amita is the first woman to ever challenge Marco and make him come back for more.
Here’s an excerpt to wet your whistle:
My family likes to celebrate big. Whether it’s for a birthday, an anniversary, a holiday, or your basic celebratory get-together, we Morans know how to party. Not the token drunk-fest you might have with friends. It’s nothing like that. Sure, there’s plenty of tequila on hand for those of us who choose to partake; I, of course, happen to be one of those who choose to partake … often. There’s also plenty of food, the homemade Spanish kind featuring a bounty of salsas and entrees guaranteed to leave you fat and happy.
Today we’re celebrating birthday number thirty-four for Cruz. Lucky dick that he is, he’s now engaged to his secretary, Mia. She’d kick my ass for calling her his secretary, but it’s my job as the younger (and considerably more handsome) brother to constantly remind the two of them how “inappropriate” their relationship is. Inappropriate and damn near perfect if you ask me.
It wasn’t always perfect. Those two idiots have been circling the wagon for months now. Thank God Cruz finally pulled his head out of his ass and realized Mia was the best thing that ever happened to him. Keeping their predictable and corny theme, he proposed a few weeks ago—Christmas day to be exact. He stood there in his swanky living room, got down on one knee, and slid a large rock on her finger.
So here we are in the house (now his and Mia’s house) once again: my entire family, Mia’s Grandpa Tito—who is currently living with them and recovering from a stroke—as well as Mia’s best friend Amita and her boyfriend, Victor.
For the record, Amita is one of the hottest chicks I’ve ever seen.
For the record, Vic is a total and complete asswipe.
After my initial introduction to the gorgeous Miss Morales, I was briefly brokenhearted when Mia informed me she was taken. Since I’m not one to pine after women, I promptly moved on to the next available lady. Doesn’t mean I don’t flirt with her whenever I see her. Doesn’t mean I wouldn’t screw her given half the chance. Amita is a nice girl, and if she wants to waste her life on a guy like Vic, who doesn’t deserve her, so be it. Wouldn’t be the first time.
“Quit staring,” Mia warns, smacking my arm.
“I wasn’t staring.” I so was.
Look for “Taming Marco”, book 2 of The Moran Family series, out in paperback and Kindle on February 14.