Thursday Thirteen – THE GIRL WHO CRIED WOLF! – Paige Tyler – New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

Thursday Thirteen – THE GIRL WHO CRIED WOLF!

Thirteen Excerpts from my sexy new release THE GIRL WHO CRIED WOLF!

1.

Too bad
she didn’t have a cop boyfriend she could call to come check it out. She
supposed she’d have to settle for her brother.

But as she picked up
her cell phone to call Dylan a brilliant idea came to her. Why not call Reese?
It wasn’t like she was drunk dialing. This was a legitimate emergency. Okay,
maybe not that legitimate. But it was
an emergency. Their relationship was in serious danger here.

2.

Reese
devoured her mouth like a starving man, his tongue taking possession of hers
with an urgency that made her dizzy. She slid her hand down between their
bodies to rub his hard cock through his jeans. Reese tensed, and she cursed
herself for moving too fast, but he only swung her up in his arms.

3.

He
hooked his fingers in her tiny bikini panties, tugging them down her legs and
sending them flying across the room. His face was between her thighs before the
scrap pf material even hit the floor.

4.

“Reese,
wait! I didn’t make anything up. Why would I do something like that?”

He spun
around to face her, his dark eyes glinting. “Oh, I don’t know. Maybe to trick
me into coming over here so you could get me into bed.”

Kat
felt her face turn red. “Do you even know how stupid that sounds?”

“Actually,
it sounds pretty damn clever to me. But then you always did know how to get me
to do whatever you wanted.”

She
almost laughed. If that were true, she wouldn’t have to resort to this kind of
underhanded crap to get him to see reason. “Now, you’re just being a jerk, and I’m
not going to stand here and defend myself to you. Next time some strange guy
follows me home, I’ll go ahead and invite him in.”

“Don’t
be stupid.”

She
folded her arms. “First I’m clever, and now I’m stupid. Which is it, Reese?
Because if I really had the ability to make you do whatever I wanted, I’d make
you see you’re the one who’s being stupid. Regardless of what you say, you want
me just as much as I want you—the bed-shaking sex we had in there proves that—and
if calling you every time I think someone follows me home is what it’s going to
take to get you to admit it, that’s what I’ll do.”

The
muscle in his jaw flexed. “No, you won’t, because I’m going to make damn sure
you don’t.”

Before
Kat could even ask what he meant, Reese grabbed her arm and marched her over to
the couch. But instead of plunking her down on one of the cushions and
lecturing her like she thought he would, he sat down and gave her arm a tug
that sent her tumbling over his knee. She immediately tried to push herself up,
but a firm hand shoved her back down.

“Reese,
what…”

The
rest of what she’d been going to say ended in a gasp as his hand come down hard
on her upturned ass. Her eyes went wide. What the hell? Was he actually spanking her? He smacked her again,
harder this time. He was spanking her!

5.

Reese
regarded her with a sadness she’d never seen before in his dark eyes. “Do you
think I don’t wish things could be different? Staying away from you is killing
me. But that’s the way it has to be.”

6.

If
Reese thought a little spanking was going to stop her from getting what she
wanted, he was wrong.

7.

Reese
walked through the living room where Kat had her iPod playing, and into the
kitchen, only to come to an abrupt halt in the doorway. Kat was leaning over
checking something in the oven, her long, shapely legs stretched tight, her ass
thrust out invitingly, her cheeks peeking out from her tiny, cotton shorts. He
tried to look away, to look at anything other than her perfect ass, but his hardening
cock wouldn’t let him. He stood in the doorway gazing at her, completely
mesmerized.

8.

Kat
walked past the stuffed chair and over to the couch, unfolding the big fleece
blanket as she went. When she got close enough, she purposely tripped on the
hem, which sent her sprawling across his chest. Reese’s arms went around her
automatically to keep her from falling off the couch, which was a good thing
because somehow she really had gotten all tangled up in the blanket.

“Sorry
about that,” she said breathlessly.

But she
really wasn’t sorry at all. Her plan had worked out just like she’d hoped. Not
only did it bring her nose to nose with him at the perfect angle for kissing,
but it also pressed her breasts against his muscular chest. It was all she
could do not to moan when she felt his hard cock pressing into her tummy. She
tried to resist the urge to move against him, but her hips seemed to have a mind
of their own and she found herself rubbing against his erection.

“That’s
it,” Reese growled.

Faster
than she would have thought possible, Reese threw back the blanket, then had
her back on her feet and over his knee. Remembering what had happened the last
time she was in this position, Kat frantically tried to push herself upright,
but a firm hand on her back pushed her down.

“Don’t
you dare…” she began, only to let out a loud yelp when he delivered a sharp
smack to the seat of her panties. She couldn’t believe he was actually spanking
her again!

9.

But he
could only resist temptation for so long. If Kat continued to stay at his
apartment, he knew he would end up making love to her again, and that wouldn’t
be fair to either of them. Unfortunately, there was no way Kat could go back to
her apartment without her brother knowing, and Dylan wouldn’t let her go back
until he was sure it was completely safe. Which meant Kat might be staying at
his apartment for a long time. Reese groaned. God, he was so screwed.

10.

Kat
hurried into the kitchen to find Reese leaning back against the counter, arms
folded and a scowl on his handsome face. She looked around the room, stunned.

Half of
the drawers were open, as were most of the cabinets, and though she couldn’t
tell for sure, from what she could see, it looked as if someone had rummaged through
them.

Her
gaze went to Reese. “What happened?”

He
regarded her coldly. “You tell me.”

Kat
stared at him in confusion. “You think I
did this?”

“I know
you did.”

She
blinked. “You honestly think I broke into your apartment and ransacked it?
Reese, the door looks like it was kicked in. There’s no way I could have done
that.”

His jaw
tightened. “With the right tools, you could. Or maybe you had someone do it for
you.”

She
gaped at him. “Do you even know how crazy that sounds?”

“It’s
no crazier than pretending there was someone following you home from a club and
lurking outside your apartment. Well, you wasted your time, Kat, because all
this latest stunt of yours did is convinced me that you can’t be trusted. It
also earned you another spanking.”

11.

“Didn’t
you hear what I said?” she demanded. “Some guy was following me at the mall.”

Reese
lowered the heat and turned to look at her, folding his arms across his broad
chest. “You really expect me to believe you?”

“Yes, I
do, because it’s the truth.”

He
snorted. “Just like you were telling me the truth when you said someone followed
you home from the club the other night. Or when you told me that someone had
tried to break into your apartment.”

She
flushed.

“Aren’t
you going to deny it?” he asked.

She
didn’t answer.

“I thought
so. God, I must be the most stupid man on the planet.”

“Okay,”
she snapped. “I made up that stuff about someone following me home from the
club and trying to break into my apartment. But I wasn’t lying when I told you
that I didn’t ransack your apartment, and I’m not lying about this. Some guy
followed me through the mall parking garage. If I didn’t run into this nice
older man, I don’t know what would have happened.”

Reese
regarded her silently for a moment, as if trying to determine whether she was
lying or not. “Did you get a look at the guy?”

Kat
shook her head. “I didn’t see him. I just heard him following me.”

Reese
gave her a sardonic smile. “Of course.”

She
lifted her chin. “Just because I didn’t see the guy doesn’t mean I wasn’t
followed.”

“God,
you’re so transparent.” Reese sighed. “Just drop the charade and admit you’re
making this up like everything else.”

“I’m
not making it up, dammit. Why can’t you believe me?”

“Because
that’s what happens when you cry wolf one too many times. People stop believing
you.”

12.

Reese
and Dylan were standing by one of those white boards they wrote all the stuff
on about whatever case they were working on at the time. She
marched across the room.

“I hope
you’re satisfied,” she said to Reese. “That guy who was following me last night
came after me again, and this time he tried running me off the road.”

She
wasn’t sure it was the same guy, but it didn’t make sense that it wasn’t. How
many psychos could be after her?

Concern
flashed across Reese’s face, but she rushed on before he could say anything.
“Oh, but wait, maybe I’m making this up, too. Just like I made up that story
about some guy following me at the mall last night.” Around them, the other
inspectors were staring, but she didn’t care. Tears stung her eyes and she
blinked them back. “Maybe I backed my car into a wall a few times to make it
look like someone rammed me, just like I made it look like someone had broken
into your apartment.”

Dylan
frowned. “Some guy followed you, and you didn’t tell me?” He pinned his partner
with a look. “And what does she mean, you thought she made it up? Why the hell
would Kat make up something like that?”

Reese’s
jaw tightened and for a moment he didn’t say anything. “It’s complicated.”

“What
the hell does that mean?” Dylan demanded.

Kat
waited for Reese to answer, but he only looked away. Damn him.

“It
means that Reese and I have been dating for months,” she said to Dylan. “It
means that he broke it off because he’s afraid it violates some stupid bro
code. It means he thinks I’ve been pretending to be in danger to trick him into
getting back together with me. It means that when I needed him the most, he
wasn’t there.”

13.

Kat
struggled, clawing and kicking for all she was worth, but it did no good. The man was too strong. He picked her up like she was a toy and carried her
hallway down the sidewalk, then threw her in the trunk of a car. She barely got
a glimpse of a dark beard and mirrored sunglasses before he slammed the lid
closed, plunging her into darkness.

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8 comments
Kimberly Menozzi says April 4, 2013

Here's wishing you lots of sales, Paige!

Happy TT to you! 🙂

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Jennifer Leeland says April 4, 2013

Oooh suspenseful! Hope you kick butt with this one, Paige.

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Shelley Munro says April 4, 2013

Another fun read! Good luck with our book.

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paigetyl says April 4, 2013

Kimberly – Thanks!

Jennifer – Thanks so much!

Shelley – Thanks!

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Paige

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Heather says April 5, 2013

I'd make a nasty comment on the cliffhanger of number 13, but knowing you…there's more to this than your average, mundane kidnapping. Good luck with sales! My T13

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paigetyl says April 5, 2013

Heather – LOL! All I can say is that Kat's gets into some real trouble! Thanks so much!

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Paige

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Stephanie Sullivan says April 5, 2013

Sounds great, Paige! I wish you a ton of sales!

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paigetyl says April 5, 2013

Stephanie – Thanks!

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Paige

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