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Feb 20, 2016

Wildest Dream—Hard To Handle by RC Boldt

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Wildest Dream
Hard to Handle
Wildest Dream
Book 1
Hard To Handle
Book 2
Two Contemporary Romance titles by RC Boldt
Teach Me series

Wildest Dream
Wildest Dream
by RC Boldt
Teach Me Book One

Raine and Mac, the most unlikely of best friends…

Taken from his parents and bounced from one foster home to the next, former Navy SEAL turned math teacher, Callum “Mac” Mackenzie had a rough childhood. The only time he’s let himself get attached to anyone has been with his military “brothers”. He’s convinced he doesn’t know how to love and certainly doesn’t “do” relationships. He’s spent fourteen years in the Navy and now he gets to live out his other dream: teaching.

Her thirtieth birthday fast approaching, science teacher, Raine Thompson feels as if her time to find “the one” is running out. She knows life is short, especially after dealing with breast cancer two years ago, and wants to experience her own happily ever after. But is it in the cards for her?

Finally acting on the simmering attraction they have long ignored, Raine and Mac decide to have a fling and they discover what it’s like to have someone who knows you inside out also be the one who makes your body come alive.

But it was only temporary…

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Content/Theme(s): Teachers, Military, SEAL, Humor
Release Date: December 8, 2015
Publisher: Indie

Excerpt, Hard To Handle & More

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Wildest Dream Excerpt:
Raine giggled but then appeared to sober for a moment. “Why don’t guys want to be with me?” she asked, that wrinkle between her brows nagging at him to smooth it with him thumb.

“Guys want to be with you, Raine. You’re just picking ones who are jackasses, that’s all. There’s no guy in his right mind who wouldn’t give his left nut to be with you,” he told her. “Excuse the expression,” he added even though the chances she’d remember this conversation were probably slim to none.

Finally, they made it to his truck. He used his key fob to unlock the doors, opened the passenger side door for her and gave her a boost up.

Don’t check out her legs. Don’t check out her legs. Don’t check out her-

He checked out her legs. Damn it. He was a weak bastard. But, in his defense, Raine’s legs were pretty amazing looking.

“Are you checking out my legs?”

His head jerked up at her question. Shit. He had been caught.

Then, she laughed. “Just kidding. My legs are nothing compared to the tiny, skinny girls you like.”

What the hell did she mean by that?

He closed her door and came around the truck to get in on the driver’s side. Making sure she had her seatbelt on as well, he started the engine and began the drive back to her place. He kept checking on her to make sure she was alright. She seemed to mellow out, her head laid against the back of the seat, eyes closed.

“You know what I think about doing sometimes, Mac?” Her voice had a low, drowsy quality to it.

“What’s that?”

“I think about making this sandwich board sign –you know, the ones you wear to advertise something– and writing all the girlfriend-like qualities I have on it but also include my not so great qualities, just for honesty’s sake. Then, if I stand by the road, maybe some really good guy would come along, read it, and say, ‘Hey, she’s pretty cool and I see that she can cook and bake and loves kids but she hates reality TV. I need to date her’.”

“That’s…an interesting take on things,” he said carefully.

She just continued as if he hadn’t spoken. “I’d also put things like, ‘Can bring herself to orgasm numerous times in less than ten minutes’ and ‘Is really good about grooming downtown’, because that stuff is important, too.”

Mac ran a hand over his face, praying that the stoplight would hurry up and turn green. Because, really, he did not need to be hearing this.

“Hey, Mac?”

“Yes, Raine,” he answered with greater patience than he thought he had.

“Do you think that if we met in any other scenario that you’d…you know, like me?”

He cast her a sharp glance just as the light turned green. ”You know I like you, Raine. You’re my best friend.”

She sighed loudly. “I know that. I just mean…would you like me-like me?”

Pulling into her driveway, he put the truck in park and turned to her. “You want to know if circumstances were different, would we be more than friends? Is that it?”

She looked at him, her green eyes seeming much clearer than he expected with all she had imbibed tonight. “Yes,” she whispered.

Abruptly, Mac unbuckled his seatbelt, got out of the truck to come around and open Raine’s door. He helped her out of the truck and up the stairs to her house. Once she had unlocked it, he pulled her close in a hug.

Kissing the top of her head, he whispered, “Yes.”

He was sure she didn’t hear him let alone remember it in the morning. He ushered her inside with a soft ‘goodnight’ and waited until she locked the door behind him.

As Mac returned to his truck and backed out of her driveway to make his way home, he was still thinking about her question.

And wishing that circumstances had been different.
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Hard to Handle
Hard To Handle
by RC Boldt
Teach Me Book Two

Just how thin is the line between love and hate?

Fifth grade social studies teacher, Laney Kavanaugh, is no stranger to being left behind – her father taught her that at a young age. That’s why she always has her eyes wide open when it comes to men. She’s determined she will never again be the one left behind. She doesn’t let sex blur what they’re really doing; it’s always just sex.

Until Zach.

Zachariah Mayson, fifth grade writing and English teacher, has been the bane of Laney’s existence from the moment they met at their shared elementary school. She can’t stand him. He gets under her skin like no other and is always utterly obnoxious in his attempts–and successes–in getting a rise out of her.

Until the wedding.

The night of their friends’ wedding, Laney gives in to a moment of melancholy, knowing she’ll never be able to let her guard down enough to let a guy close, let alone someday get married. She and Zach end up having the hottest night she’d ever experienced, showing her another side of him, a softer, sweeter one he’d hidden from her until now. Because now, he hoped she was finally ready to “see” him.

But when you’ve always guarded yourself against falling in love, can you let go of the past in order to embrace the future?

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Content/Theme(s): Teachers, Workplace, Humor
Release Date: February 2, 2016
Publisher: Indie


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Hard To Handle Excerpt:
“What the hell do you—” He stopped mid-rant as his eyes fell on who was standing on his doorstep.

Laney looked mad as hell … and never more beautiful. With anger flashing in her hazel eyes and lips pressed thin, red and kissable. And that dress she wore? Oh, hell. It had taunted him the entire time they had been at The Turtle. Just for the simple fact that it accentuated the curves on the body he’d had his hands on, mouth on, lips on just a few days prior.

“What the hell do I want, you ask?” she snarled at him as she shoved past him to enter the house, pushing the door shut behind her with a loud thunk. “Oh, I’m so glad you asked. I want to know what the hell was with that gift. The one you shoved at me.” Her volume increased, her words forceful, demanding. “Why did you give me that gift?”

She was upset because he gave her a nice gift? Fuck that.

“Because it made me think of you!” he practically screamed. He watched Laney’s eyes go wide, lips parting in shock or disbelief, he wasn’t sure which. They stood there, staring at each other, fiery gazes clashing.

He wasn’t sure who moved first, but one minute they were having their angry standoff and the next, their bodies collided, lips meeting in a kiss filled with a fierceness, tongues warring. Knocking into the wall before he righted them as they pulled off articles of clothing, they made their way down the hallway to his room. Leaving a trail of her flip flops, sweater, dress, panties, bra, and his pants in their wake, they made it to his bedroom.

Zach pulled his lips from hers. “Just one night, again, Kavanaugh?” He heard the slight bite in his tone.

Her eyes searching his, she quietly answered, “Just one night. Again.”

Hearing her repeat the words, he felt like there was a massive weight on his chest, making it difficult to breath.

Oh, he would give her one night, all right.

His mouth slammed down on hers, devouring her, tasting her deeply. Having her curves pressed against him made him nearly weak in the knees at how right it felt to have her in his arms.

It’s only for one more night.

Those words haunted him and he slid his fingers into her hair, tugging her head back to tilt it, moving his lips to her throat.
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Be on the lookout for RC Boldt's future release(s): Remember When coming May 2016, Laws of Attraction coming Sept 2016 and Secure Me Book 1 coming Dec 2016

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