The Geek Job

Protect the geek, that’s the job she’s been hired for, but this shewolf never expected to fall for a man of science.

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Genre: Paranormal/Werewolf Erotic Romance

 

Warning: After reading this, you may want a geek of your own.

As a werewolf who hires out as a bodyguard, Lexie is paid well to perform dangerous jobs. When she takes on the protection of a science geek for a vampire clan, she doesn’t expect her temporary girlfriend status to come with lots of pleasure. But a geeky human who pushes all her right buttons isn’t reason enough for her to break the rules and fall in love.Everything changes after an incident in the lab, but before she can decide if it’s safe to give him her heart, she has to help him survive.

Excerpt:

Anthony took a bite of his pasta then forgot to chew. Heck, he forgot to breathe, he became so caught up in watching Lexie enjoy her meal. She took a bite of her juicy, rare steak and closed her eyes with a groan. Her pleasure in her meal, the way she licked her fork, masticated with sensual satisfaction—it was the most erotic thing he’d ever watched and yet had nothing to do with sex.

She caught him watching and smiled. “I do so love a properly cooked steak.” She gazed at his mostly uneaten meal. “Mmm, that pasta of yours looks yummy. Mind if I have a bite?” She reached forward and wrapped her hand around his. She drew his laden fork to her mouth and sucked the food off before releasing his hand. Anthony had no idea what his meal tasted like, but he regained interest after her lips covered his fork. Just knowing the tines had touched her mouth turned him on. How pathetic am I?

As the food on their plates—well, mostly hers—dwindled, a new waiter approached them with an open bottle of wine. Lexie, short for Lexington as she’d informed him, frowned at the man. “We didn’t order this.”

The waiter smiled with a lot of teeth that, for some reason, sent a chill down Anthony’s spine. “It’s a gift from an admirer,” said the waiter with a heavy accent.

It was Anthony’s turn to frown. Is someone trying to hit on her? Understandable given her beauty, but he didn’t like it, which in turn, baffled him. He had no claim on her, so why the jealousy?

The waiter poured the ruby colored wine into their glass goblets, and then stood, as if waiting for them to try it. Anthony picked his up by the stem and inclined his head at her. “To not eating alone.” He held his glass out in a toast.

She smiled and leaned forward to grab her own glass, but fumbled it instead, splashing the liquid across the front of her blouse. Lexie jumped up from her seat and grabbed a napkin to wipe with while the waiter fled, probably to get a cloth for cleaning. Anthony put down his wine and snatched up his own napkin, then, not thinking, began dabbing at her too. It only took him a few swipes to realize he was brushing her breasts and he snatched his hand back as if burned.

Mortified, he stammered. “I-I’m so sorry. I didn’t mean—that is, I—”

She stepped close and shh-ed him. She grasped his hand and brought it back up, pressing it against her chest, her pebbled nipple evident through the wet silk. “I don’t mind. Actually, can’t you tell I enjoyed it?”

Anthony’s cock tented his pants and he wanted to pull away in embarrassment, but she wouldn’t let him. Instead, she pressed in even closer and lifted herself on tiptoe to brush her mouth across his. Anthony stopped breathing, afraid she’d realize she kissed a nerd.

“I need to get out of these clothes,” she murmured against his mouth. “Care to help me?”

 

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Science can’t explain why this lone shewolf falls for a geek.

Editor: Victoria Miller
Cover Artist: Victoria Miller

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The Geek Job was Joyfully Reviewed “The Geek Job is a sexy, fun and fast-paced novel. I just adore Lexie and Anthony. She’s so Alpha and he’s so shy at the beginning. Lexie walks into his life as every geek’s wet dream. It’s funny and appealing on so many levels… “says Miranda of Joyfully ReviewedFor the full review click here.
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Four & A Half Star Review for The Geek Job “Lexie is one fantastic heroine. I love that she is so tough and doesn’t apologize for it. What makes it even better is that the hero doesn’t want her to change.…These characters are so engaging that I honestly believe they could have carried the story without any interaction with anyone else or added elements, but the action was so compelling that the story just flew by and before I knew it, it was over.”says PaulineMichael of Night Owl Romance

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Four Rating Review for The Geek Job “The Geek Job by Eve Langlais is filled with humor, and I caught myself laughing at loud in several Instances.…This story has different angle on the cross-species relationships, and Anthony is an interesting character, both smart and handsome. Lexie is a strong woman, who needs to lead, but when it comes to Anthony, she is able to think about having a real relationship with a man who can lead her.”says Linda H of Risque Reviews

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Four Star Review for The Geek Job “The Geek Job is a fun filled story with secrets galore.…The sex scenes between Lexie and Anthony are scorching hot!…Eve Langlais is one of my favorite authors and doesn’t disappoint with The Geek Job-a hunky hot scientists, a leather clad kick-butt werewolf, a lot of action and mystery and a heap of steamy sex. ”

says MDobson Of Sizzling Hot Books

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Four and a Half Rating Review for The Geek Job “Eve Langlais’ novella The Geek Job is a fun little story for all of us with nerdy boys in our lives. It features a romantic duo who is subject to a bit of role reversal, giving us an aggressive alpha heroine and a hero that is something of a damsel in distress.…I enjoy the sense of humor that reveals itself in Ms. Langlais’ writing, and this book certainly brought a smile to my face. The interaction between characters is snappy and clever and frequently sarcastic.”says Bobby D Whitney of Book Wenches

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4.5 Star Spinning Four and a Half Star Review for The Geek Job “The Geek Job is quite a story… I enjoyed the byplay between Anthony and Lexie, as well as the education Anthony receives from her in the art of loving a woman.…The story fairly races along, and by the end, you really don’t want it to end, or at the least, you want to find out more after the HEA.”says Patrizia Murray of Manic Readers

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Four Drop Review for The Geek Job “I loved how you watch Anthony grow in this novella, he starts out as this timid shy unapproachable nerd but he grows in to this sexy man.…. The hot sexy scenes are great and there were plenty of them. There was a nice balance of action and romance. “says Athenna of Paranormal Haven

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Four Howl Review for The Geek Job “The Geek Job is not your typical erotic paranormal romance. Nope, Eve shows her talent yet again for writing something different and hot.…You have to read “The Geek Job” for yourself to find out what this geek turned himself into in order to keep his lady wolf.”says Laurie of Bitten By Paranormal Romance

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Four Diva Review for The Geek Job “The Geek Job is a well written, character driven shifter romance that you’ll absolutely love.… Ms Langlais always manages to create the perfect blend of plot and humour.”says Claudette of Dark Diva Reviews

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