So the snippet: Petty Officer Greg "Bam-Bam" Killian has just gone through his divorce hearing and he's feeling all sorts of happy. Not.
The bartender shot him a pitying glance and poured another shot. “This is the last one, man. I’m cutting you off.”
Greg nodded, his grimace turning ironic. “Seems to be going around.” Yeah, his wife had cut him off too, at the goddamned balls.
At least I still have them. All through the divorce process he’d tried to fuck his way around Coronado, taking any woman willing to suck or fuck SEAL cock. His pretty face still drew them in and they wanted the thrill. He gave them that in spades.
It only made him sick inside. And empty.
But hey, he was free.
He threw back the last shot and set the glass on the bar before digging out his wallet. He had enough cash now that the lying harlot had gotten reamed by his lawyer. She’d committed the adultery and therefore she lost out on getting half of his pay. She’d tried to suggest he’d neglected her, but the court made it very clear she knew what she was getting into being a SEAL’s wife. Greg did his duty and never fucked anyone outside of their marriage, even while deployed.
Maybe I should’ve.
At least he know this didn't work. There are several great authors on the Weekend Writer Warriors list and in the Snippet Sunday Facebook group. A few of my favorites are Charley Descoteaux, Jeff Tsuruoka, Gem Sivad, Goran Zidar, Veronica Scott, and Iris Blobel. Here's the blurb for BAM-BAM'S INKED HART.
Petty Officer Greg “Bam-Bam” Killian is done with marriage, done with long term relationships, and done with the Teams. The injury sustained on his last op has destroyed his dreams of being a SEAL as much as his ex-wife demolished their marriage. Now he’s free to do anything he wants, including get drunk and be miserable.
Zamora Hart has dealt with her fair share of men, both military and civilian. When a wounded petty officer washes up in her tattoo shop, she can’t help but offer him a place to stay for the weekend. She’s been where he is and doesn’t mind paying the help forward, especially when the friendship comes with some intimate benefits. It’s only temporary.
When Zamora’s ex shows up, frightening her with talk of starting over, Greg offers to stay at her place longer to give backup and repay her generosity. He doesn’t intend to fall in love with her, he’s only defending a friend while he shifts his career from active service to BUD/S instructor. But her ex’s threats become more than just talk, and Greg must step up his efforts of protection, because that’s what friends do.
But it’s only temporary and they’re just friends-with-benefits, right?
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