This Love Read Online Kelly Elliott (Cowboys & Angels #6)

Categories Genre: Funny, Romance Tags Authors: Series: Cowboys & Angels Series by Kelly Elliott

Total pages in book: 107
Estimated words: 104386 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 522(@200wpm)___ 418(@250wpm)___ 348(@300wpm)

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This Love (Cowboys & Angels #6)

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Kelly Elliott

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I was a self-appointed bachelor and happy to have the title. Everyone thought it was time for me to settle down and find a nice girl. Well, no thank you. This cowboy wanted to stay clear of relationships. I wanted the freedom that came with no strings.
But what did I know? Nothing apparently. Everything changed when I looked into her green eyes; my world tilted when she smiled at me.
What was this feeling? Whatever was happening had me losing my damn mind. I fumbled with my words. My body wasn’t my own. I wanted her . . . desperately. Was I ready to give up my bachelor days, or was this Irish girl simply an itch I needed scratched?
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I’d had enough of everyone talking about this new Irish bar coming to town. I didn’t want to think about a rival and what it would mean for my business. The pretty little thing on the other side of my bar was giving me a smile that screamed she wanted my attention, and I was happy to give it to her.

Time to end the family conversation I’d been having with my siblings on this subject.

“It’s been real, but I see fun over there. I need something to take my mind off the competition, if you catch my drift.”

Waylynn frowned. I knew she had seen the girl staring at me. I also knew my older sister thought I was a manwhore, which, if I was being honest with myself, I was. I couldn’t deny it.

Giving my sister a wink, I turned around and ran right into someone.

“Shit!” I yelled out when her drink spilled all over me.

“I’m so sorry!” she said. Her voice sounded different, so I looked from my ruined shirt to her face.

My eyes caught on her green ones, and my breath stilled for a moment. Then she smiled and it felt like the fucking room tilted.

What. In. The. Living. Fuck.

“I didn’t mean to run into you,” she said. She had an accent, and I couldn’t pick it up, but fuck if it didn’t make her all the sexier, in a sweet, adorable sort of way.

Except, I wasn’t into sweet and adorable. At least that was what I told myself to get rid of the weird feeling in my chest when I looked at this woman.

I smiled and watched her eyes light up. “No worries, sweetheart.”

Her tongue ran over her lips so fast that if I hadn’t been looking at her mouth, I’d have missed it. My cock instantly went hard. I needed to get away from this one, and fast.

I headed toward the woman who hadn’t taken her eyes off of me since she walked into my bar. She grinned and told me her name, which I forgot in less than five seconds because I couldn’t pull my eyes off the pretty little thing I’d just run into.

Nodding at Ms. No-Name, having no idea what she said, while my eyes were glued to Ms. Sweet & Adorable was not a good combo. What was it about her? She was a looker. Hell, even pretty. Pretty? Shit…she was gorgeous! I’d never seen a woman so beautiful. Her dark hair and green eyes made my chest tighten and that freaked me the hell out.

But I couldn’t look away. I watched her as she walked to the bar and handed her glass to Jack, one of my part-time bartenders. She laughed at something he said, and I balled my fists, pissed at the idea that he was making her laugh.

Jesus, take the wheel cuz I’m about to lose my shit and fuck all if I know why.

I squeezed my eyes shut and quickly opened them just in time to watch my green-eyed beauty walk out of the door. The entire place felt cold…something was off now that she was gone.

Who was that? Where was she from? Was she walking over to talk to me and I blew her off? If so, I’m such a fucking prick! What in the hell made her eyes so green? I’d never in my life seen anyone with eyes like the color of an emerald. I couldn’t get them out of my head. They reminded me of the meadows on the ranch in spring.

“So, want to take me back to your office, handsome?” the girl hanging on me purred into my ear. Her voice reminded me of my mission to get laid.

I cleared my throat and stepped away. With a forced a smile, I replied, “Sorry, darlin’. I need to go take care of something.”

Her smile fell and for a moment, she looked more pissed than disappointed. “Enjoy your evening, ladies,” I said to her and her three friends before I made my way through the crowd and back to my office.

Sitting in my chair, I pulled up the camera feed from the bar and went back a few minutes until I found her.

She was standing with her drink in hand as Jack pointed in my direction. My throat tightened as I watched her walk directly toward me. She looked like she might have said my name, but I never heard her. She went to talk to me again, taking a step closer when I turned and ran right into her.

“Fuck,” I mumbled.

My emerald-eyed beauty had been looking for me, and I blew her off. Raking my fingers through my hair, I let out a sigh.

Zooming in on her face with the camera that caught people walking out of the bar, I stared at her. I scanned her face while I tried to memorize those eyes. I leaned back in my chair and slowly shook my head.