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Stuck Landing
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Stuck Landing
Bluewater Bay, Book 11

For months, acclaimed Wolf's Landing director/producer Anna Maxwell has been nursing a crush on Natalya Izmaylova, a former Russian gymnast and current Wolf's Landing stunt coordinator. When Anna witnesses Natalya's very public breakup with her boyfriend, she can't resist inviting her over for drinks to commiserate about love and all that nonsense. Commiseration doesn't last long, and soon Anna's in bed with the hottest woman she's ever touched, living out fantasies she didn't even know she had.

Despite the amazing sex, Anna wants to proceed with caution. They're both newly single. They're colleagues. And there's the not-so-small matter of Anna's biphobia.

Natalya won't commit to someone who clings to ridiculous stereotypes, but they can't avoid each other at work, and there's no ignoring their chemistry. Anna's defenses are slowly eroding, and Natalya is willing to give her another chance. But Natalya only has so much patience, and even scorching hot sex won't keep her coming back forever. If Anna doesn't come to her senses soon and let go of her prejudices — not to mention her insecurities — she's going to lose the woman of her dreams.

For months, acclaimed Wolf's Landing director/producer Anna Maxwell has been nursing a crush on Natalya Izmaylova, a former Russian gymnast and current Wolf's Landing stunt coordinator. When Anna witnesses Natalya's very public breakup with her boyfriend, she can't resist inviting her over for drinks to commiserate about love and all that nonsense. Commiseration doesn't last long, and soon Anna's in bed with the hottest woman she's ever touched, living out fantasies she didn't even know she had.

Despite the amazing sex, Anna wants to proceed with caution. They're both newly single. They're colleagues. And there's the not-so-small matter of Anna's biphobia.

Natalya won't commit to someone who clings to ridiculous stereotypes, but they can't avoid each other at work, and there's no ignoring their chemistry. Anna's defenses are slowly eroding, and Natalya is willing to give her another chance. But Natalya only has so much patience, and even scorching hot sex won't keep her coming back forever. If Anna doesn't come to her senses soon and let go of her prejudices — not to mention her insecurities — she's going to lose the woman of her dreams.

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    Chapter One

    I'm coming by tomorrow to p/u my stuff.

    My girlfriend's text message — your ex-girlfriend, idiot — made me long for the days of flip phones. Dropping my cell into the cup holder wasn't nearly as satisfying without first slamming the little bastard shut.

    From the driver's seat, my bodyguard, Jeremy, glanced at the phone. "Leigh?"

    "How'd you guess?" I rubbed my eyes. "I can't wait until all this shit is really over."

    "I wish I could tell you it ends overnight." He shrugged as he pulled into the gym parking lot. "Unfortunately, after you've been together that long...."

    I groaned. "If she'd agree to it, I'd just toss a match in the place so we could both start over fresh."

    "Tempting, isn't it?" He parked and killed the engine. "It does end, though. Promise."

    "Yeah, we'll see." I grabbed the phone, but didn't look at the screen. Instead, I shoved it into my pocket as Jeremy and I got out of the car. I'd respond to the message later. For now, I needed to blow off some steam after a long week on set. The next season had just started, and though the episodes currently filming had other directors at the helm, I had plenty to keep me busy.

    With Jeremy on my heels, I headed into the gym. The instant I stepped through the tinted glass door, I was hit with the familiar pungent smells of sweat, metal, disinfectant, and more sweat. After this long, it didn't bother me anymore. It just made my brain shift gears from work, work, work to time to sling some iron! My pulse ratcheted up. I hadn't drunk my preworkout supplement yet, but I was definitely psyched for this. Probably because I hadn't been here in a few days.

    It wasn't super crowded today, thank God. I quickly scanned the room. The squat racks and benches were occupied, but no one was using the leg press, and there was plenty of room by the dumbbells. Besides the people at the squat racks, everyone seemed to be doing upper body, which was perfect. It was leg day for me.

    Jeremy stayed outside the locker room while I went in to change clothes. When I came out — nearly vibrating from the preworkout I'd just drunk — he fell into step with me and stayed hot on my heels while I started my routine. As always, he was close but out of the way, though he never hesitated to step in when I needed a spotter. As much as having a bodyguard annoyed me, it did have its perks sometimes.

    As I warmed up with some kettlebell swings, I kept thinking about that text message I still hadn't replied to. This thing with Leigh was exhausting. The relationship had been more tiring than my job, and the breakup wasn't much better. At least we'd finally split. We could not possibly have drawn things out any further. What a waste of time and energy.

    Well, at least some good had come out of it: our attempt at counseling had put Jeremy in the crosshairs of a therapist in the office. They'd started dating, and the guy had even helped Jeremy find a counselor of his own to work out the postdivorce mess with his ex-wife and kids. Jeremy had recently started going to LA twice a month for family sessions. It was too early to tell if it was working, but he'd been a lot less tense, so I was optimistic. And if slowly crashing and burning with Leigh had had any silver lining at all, I was happy.

    Maybe there was even a silver lining in it for me. Well, if nothing else, my throat hurt less these days. Fewer screaming matches had that effect. So that was a plus. And I wasn't so stressed out going up my own driveway anymore, wondering what kind of petty or not-so-petty fight awaited me. Just a house that was too big for one person. Too big,...

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