Catching London

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Catching London

“Oh come on, you can drop the little girl lost act with me. We both know you came here to get a piece of me. You don’t have to pretend to be innocent and virginal. I’m not put off by a woman who knows what she wants. In fact, I find it sexy as hell.”

—Arlo Jones

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Want to know how it all began? Check out the first two chapters of Catching London here.

About the Book

He’s not looking to change his bad boy ways.

Arlo Jones is a badass millionaire rock star with the world at his feet. He lives the “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” lifestyle to the max, and believes in working hard and playing harder. He’s a man who always gets what he wants, especially when it comes to women. Until he meets London.

She’s a damaged dancer not looking to fall.

All London Llwellyn wants is to rebuild her life following the tragic car accident that robbed her of her fiancé, and ended her career as a professional ballet dancer. She’s working two jobs to scrape together the cash to set up her own studio, and reinvent herself as a photographer. The last thing she wants is to get involved.

Arlo promises to always be there to catch her, but can London trust him enough to let herself fall?

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“Arlo looks down at me, and I daren’t release the breath I’ve been holding. His gaze is so intense and our connection so strong that it overwhelms me. I can’t look away, but it hurts to keep looking. I know in that moment that I can’t not be with this man.”

—London Llwellyn

“As I move into the space, I meet the gaze of an all-too-familiar pair of green eyes, and lock there. The hairs on the back of my neck immediately stand to attention, and goosebumps break out all over my body. My breath catches in my throat. I can’t look away, and seemingly, neither can he.”

—London Llwellyn

MV Ellis

About the author

MV ELLIS knows what it’s like to fall head over heels in love with a badass musician. She followed her heart halfway around the world to be with one.
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“This right here. You, me. What we’re feeling right now. This is everything. You know that, right?”

—Arlo Jones