Angus Hayes is as mean as a junkyard dog. Well, that’s the rumor Candy Wilburn hears before taking the job as his assistant. Hayes doesn’t disappoint. He’s a giant man with a big mouth and a bigger ego. In the town of White Horse, what the gorgeous and dangerous Hayes wants, he gets. Now he wants his sassy assistant.
Candy has no doubt Hayes will make a great lover, but she doesn’t want to be her boss’s booty call. At first anyway. Once he shifts from boss to friend and lover, Candy falls hard. Now she can only hope the filthy-mouthed outsider she loves will open his heart and learn to trust.
Junkyard Dog is a standalone romance with adult language, violence, and sexual situations.
Junkyard Dog begins when Candy needs a job. She just moved to town with her twins and is used to putting up with jack wagons, but when she meets the towns roughest man, Angus Hayes, things change for both of them.
Hayes isn't the type of man to be tied down by a woman and kids, but after meeting Candy things changed for him. Now, he must figure out how to deal with this relationship or lose the best thing that ever happened to him.
Junkyard Dog starts off really odd. I wasn't expecting this dialogue to be like that. But once I got over the "shock" of it, it sort of rubbed of on me. I really started liking it a whole lot. I loved the plot line of the story and how interesting it was. And really loved how good Candy and Hayes were together. Now, they had crappy names, and horrible names for the kids, but they were still pretty awesome.