Luke stops by the new building he bought to introduce himself to the shop owner. Unexpectedly, he is mistaken for a stock boy. Before he can tell the shop owner who he really is, she asks him a question that leaves him breathless. Unable to say no to the exquisite woman, Luke has just one rule for Laney; she is to be his and his alone. When an unfortunate misunderstanding occurs, Luke calls off the affair. How can Luke trust Laney when she seems to be doing the same things his ex-wife did?
Luke’s problem with trust leaves Laney bewildered. She doesn’t understand why he would assume she’s been sleeping around with another man. Will Luke and Laney fix their problems before it’s too late?
Maggie Casper’s TEACHING ELENA is one smoking hot story. I loved it from beginning to end. While there were a few times when I would have loved to knock Luke up side the head, I found myself cheering on Luke in hopes he would recognize the good thing he has with Laney. TEACHING ELENA is not a book to be missed. This wonderful story is a great addition to my keeper shelf.