Campus Kiss (Edson College Series) by Kasey Moone – Romance>Erotic Romance
Octavia Martin keeps life simple writing music reviews for Edson College’s infamous blog. But in one dramatic moment her simple life is flipped upside down by one legendary man, Nev Kellerton, the lead singer of a rock band she negatively reviewed. His playful arrogance irritates her. His pale beauty annoys her. His pull with her editor totally infuriates her. But his erotic touch and whispered promises melts all her defenses.
Nev has no time for negative music reviews, especially from an opinionated human female who doesn’t know the difference between old school and new school rock. But her curvaceous figure intrigues him. Her mocha skin and full lips excites him. And her outspoken nature and strange humor totally turns him on.
But Octavia isn’t what she appears to be—and neither is he.
To her shock, Kellerton did a slow perusal of her, starting from her toes, ending at her lips.
She forgot to breathe. Was she wearing make-up today?
“What’s this?” he asked, his voice an angry hiss. “Another one of your reviewers, Cheevers?”
At the sarcasm, she blinked, and the rest of her senses immediately returned. Was he insulting her? Yes, said a little voice in her head, he’s insulting you, and you’re just standing there like an idiot ogling his hot body. Get it together girl.
She growled softly, and his eyebrow rose. He was as disrespectful to the bone, as her granny used to say, and that simply wouldn’t do.
“What’s this?” she countered. “An arrogant, stick up his ass Kellerton throwing a temper tantrum? Must be my lucky day.”
Surprise lit his eyes and a bit of amusement. He took a step toward her.
“I think,” he said, eyes flashing bright. “I can make it luckier, angel.”
“I doubt that.”
“You’d be the first.”
She bit her lip to keep from laughing at his incredible arrogance. God, his ego was the size of Texas. He must’ve had ever female, and some males, on campus drooling over his good looks, which probably only inflated his ginormous, obnoxious ego. It was disgusting.
“Kellerton,” she whispered. “Not in your dreams. Not in this lifetime. Not on this freaking planet.”
A saucy smile crossed his handsome face. “So…I have a chance?”