Bottle Rocket by Erin McLellan

“Scorching hot! BOTTLE ROCKET is a story of sexual awakening that fed my femdom fantasies.”  —New York Times bestselling author, Skye Warren

“Erin McLellan delivers again! This sexy, fun, LGBTQ, sex-positive series continues with another great installment! I loved the banter between the hero and heroine, loved the fast pace, and McLellan’s trademark humor and great characterization. This is a solid homerun for me!” —Annabeth Albert, author of the Hotshots series

Erin McLellan does it again with a sexy, Independence Day-themed romp that features a freshly single heroine finding her independence and feisty side with the high school sweetheart who got away. You’ll be cheering for Rosie, Leo, and their summer of love as they get a second chance at happily ever after, fireworks included.  —Layla Reyne, author of Dine With Me and the Agents Irish & Whiskey and Fog City series


“Bottle Rocket is the perfect Fourth of July read since it will have you hot and seeing fireworks. Erin McLellan is a master of the fun, deliciously dirty and heartfelt story. This reunion, second chance romance with a sexually dominant heroine and submissive hero sets the pages on fire with kink, but also warms the heart with fun, sweet and completely relatable characters who not only find one another again, but also discover more about themselves. The Summer of Rosie is a journey every woman would want to take!”   —Naima Simone, USA Today Bestselling author

Bottle Rocket by Erin McLellan

Freshly single Rosie Holiday is on the hunt for passion and excitement. This leads her to Leo Whittaker—a bad boy who waltzed out of town, and her life, thirteen years ago. Leo isn’t the type to stick around, but Rosie’s not going to let a no-strings opportunity pass her by.

When a business trip sends Leo back to his hometown, the last thing he expects is for his first love to hand him a list of scorching-hot escapades and a deadline. He’s happy to help Rosie discover her bossy side in the bedroom. Or in a fireworks stand. Or at a Fourth of July barbecue.

Their chemistry burns bright and fast, but what tore them apart years ago is still between them. They are polar opposites. A reserved kindergarten teacher and an irreverent artist. A nester and a wanderer. It will take a spark of imagination and a lot of love to keep their second-chance romance from flaming out.

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Excerpt:

Rosie’s patriotic fruit basket looked like a kindergartener had painted it, and she would know. She was a connoisseur of the art of five-year-olds. It wasn’t that she’d expected to be a pro as soon as she picked up the paintbrush, but she’d hoped it would at least be fun rather than stressful. Maybe it would have been fun if the community center had served wine like those paint and sip places, or mimosas, to account for the time of day.

Whatever. Painting was not going to be her newest passion. That was okay. She still had the whole hot-sex-with-Leo thing going for her. It would be fleeting, but maybe that was exactly what she needed to catapult her into a new frame of mind when it came to sex, intimacy, and relationships. Sasha—who until a year and a half ago had been the casual-sex queen, God love her—had been telling Rosie for ages that she needed to get back up on the old sex horse again.

However, this thing between Rosie and Leo wasn’t casual. It was impossible for her to feel casual about him. She felt realistic about him. She felt pragmatic. They would have fun with each other for less than a week, then he’d drive off into the sunset with his RV. She would be left behind with nothing but sexy memories and probably a broken heart.

Holy shit, what was she doing? Besides having a mild panic attack about her high school sweetheart while eating pistachio ice cream in her underwear.

Was this whole agreement a massive mistake?

Maybe.

Was she going to milk it for a handful of good orgasms and hope it didn’t obliterate her afterward?

Definitely.

Erin McLellan is the author of the Farm College, So Over the Holidays, and Storm Chasers series. She enjoys writing happily ever afters that are earthy, emotional, quirky, humorous, and very sexy. Originally from Oklahoma, she currently lives in Alaska and spends her time dreaming up queer contemporary romances set in the Great Plains. She is a lover of chocolate, college sports, antiquing, Dr Pepper, and binge-worthy TV shows.

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