Perfect Proposal

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Series: Hauberk Protection Book #3.5
Length: a short story–47 pages/13,808 words
Format: ebook only
Released: January 2012
ISBN: 978-0-9879304-1-5

Sometimes the best laid plans go every which way but the one you want…

Sam Watson wants to propose to the love of his life, Rosie Ramos, but all his previous attempts have been thwarted. Every. Single. Time. This time he’s determined that nothing, and no one, will get in his way. No interruptions. No exceptions. Not from work, not by family busybodies, not even if the roses crucial to his plans are lost. Nothing will stop him.

If only someone had let Rosie in on his plans…

This is a follow-up story to Sam and Rosie’s romance in Personal Protection, book 2 of the Hauberk Protection series but it should stand alone.

Warning: Contains misguided intentions, a hunky hero with more than just a ring burning a hole in his pocket, and a spitfire girlfriend who counters with her own proposal. The romance may be sweet but the sex is explicitly hot, hot, hot.

For readers of the series: Perfect Proposal is a follow-up, an epilogue if you want to call it that, to Personal Protection. I loved Sam and Rosie so much I wanted them to finally have their HEA, but I didn’t want to divert attention from the heroes and heroines in the other books to revisit them. Which all means that you won’t have to have read Perfect Proposal to understand Hidden Heat or any future stories.


… all the twists, turns, spills, and misunderstandings just make for all the more fun and anticipation in this story. So…if you’re a fan of the Hauberk Protection series this is a must read!  And, if you haven’t read this series—Get To It—you’re missing out! Lots of danger, lust, excitement, and super-hot sex. ~ Dawn, Day Dreaming Book Reviews

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(For those of you leery of buying a self-published book, I hired a professional editor to ensure the story was publisher-quality. Thanks to Rhonda Stapleton of … but ultimately any mistakes are mine. So if you find any, let me know.)

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