Shayla is having a bad day. A bad turn leaves her car broken, and her stranded on a deserted mountain road. That is, until Aiden and Liam happen by, in a tow truck to save her. The bad news: Shayla must spend the night in the small town while her car is repaired. The good news: She gets to spend the night with two of the sexiest men she's ever met. Throw in some some oil, and a massage by a bonfire, leading to some far more enjoyable activities, and Shayla's bad day may just turn into a fantastic night.
"Afternoon, Ma'am." The words flowed from his mouth like a song, and fell gently upon her ears like a love poem.
"Looks like we came along at just the right time, you need help?"
"I think I blew a tire," Shayla said. "My car nearly went over the edge, but I ended up in the ditch instead."
The second man came around the front of the truck, and Shayla's jaw nearly came unhinged. He was just as good-looking as the first man was. In fact, he was nearly identical in every way, except maybe shorter by an inch or so. A warm tingle ran through her body again as the second man spoke with the same smooth sexy voice as the first.
"We'll have your car out of there in no time," He said. "My name is Liam, by the way. And that old guy over there is my brother, Aiden."
They both moved in to shake her hand, each one cupping her hand gently in both of theirs as they bowed slightly.
"Good to meet you both," she said. "I'm Shayla."
She watched the two men as they went to work, surveying the damage, hooking up chains, and pulling her car out of the ditch. Shayla caught herself licking her lips more than once, and hoped Aiden and Liam had not seen her. Every time one of them moved, a little thrill ran through her body, and her mind went to a naughty place, thinking about those bodies moving against hers. They worked diligently and silently together, only stopping to take off their jackets.
"Damn." The word left her mouth in a long drawl, before she realized she was talking aloud.
"Ma'am?" Aiden said. Liam looked up as well, giving her a perplexed look.