Under Her Hood (Blue Collar Alphas #2)

By: Aria Cole

Introduction





Sadie McGuire took the mechanic job at Fox Motors because there were no other options available, and working on cars is the only thing she knows how to do. But a bossy, growly, alpha-asshole of a boss isn't something she bargained for. Neither is the way he makes her panties damp with one stolen glance. Now it's just a matter of getting through the days without spontaneously combusting under his hard gaze.



Jackson Fox hired sweet little Sadie for one reason: she was sexier than hell when she begged him for the job in those skin-tight blue jeans. The fact that she's talented under the hood of a car is just icing on the cake. But now he can't get the sexy, smart-ass blonde out of his head. Or his garage. There's only one option left—to scratch the sexy little itch that's been plaguing his fantasies, or risk losing his head--and his business.



Warning: Under her Hood is a forbidden romp in the backseat of a classic muscle car—sensual curves, hard edges, and steamed up windows! When Jackson and Sadie come together sparks fly--rev up the engine because this is one wild ride with a sexy mechanic you won't forget!





Chapter One





SADIE





“Sadie fucking McGuire!” My best friend whipped around, eyes leveled on me. “You didn’t tell me your boss was all kinds of fuck-hot!”

“Well, considering he’s an asshole, I guess I wouldn’t say that.” I climbed out of the car and gave her a small wave. “Thanks for the ride to work. I swear I’ll have my car fixed today, then no more rides.”

“It’s okay.” She winked. “I like the eye candy around here.”

I rolled my eyes. “I’m not sure when I’ll be home. If you can’t find me, you know I’ll be here working on Lucy.”

“Think you can score me the boss’ number, too?” She leered.

I laughed with a shake of my head. “I’ll do my best.”

“Grow your hair out, put on some lip gloss—men like lip gloss. Makes them think about kissing you.”

“I don’t want him kissing me!” The truth was, I had thought about Jackson Fox kissing me, a lot. My hand involuntarily reached up to my short blond bob, fussing with it like I always did when I was uncomfortable. I’d never wanted long hair, short and sassy matched my style, but more importantly it was convenient. Suddenly I was thinking about Jackson’s strong hands tugging on my hair as he bruised my lips with strong, soft kisses.

“Whatever. Prude.” Ashley blew me a kiss as she backed out of the parking space. “Love you!”

“Yeah, yeah.” I waved her off before turning to go into the office.

I’d only been working at Fox Motors for a few weeks. I’d had to cajole the owner and boss, Jackson Fox, to give me the job. It wasn’t every day that a twenty-four-year-old woman walked into an auto body garage looking for work. But I was good at working on cars. I’d been doing it for years alongside my daddy, and I knew damn well I could show these guys a thing or two.

My mom hadn’t been very pleased when I’d told her what I wanted to do. She’d said she didn’t want a grease monkey for a daughter, but I didn’t give a shit. I loved cars, I loved the sense of accomplishment in fixing something and bringing it back to life.

And after Daddy had died suddenly from a massive heart attack, it was the only thing I could bring myself to do. It felt like he was still with me. Being around cars was what my father and I had, and I never wanted to lose that. If I didn’t have my head under a car’s hood, I’d be hiding out in my room, depressed and dwelling on the loss of the only man I’d ever loved, the only man who’d ever cared for and protected me.

“Mornin’, Sadie.” Lowell, one of the other mechanics, greeted me.

“Morning.” I smiled. “Get that Charger purrin’ yesterday?”

“Purrin’ like a kitten. Manifold needed work. Took me a while to figure it out, but man it was worth it to hear her sing.”

“I bet.” I grinned, glancing at the cobalt-blue beauty parked in the front lot.

“Sadie.” My boss, Jackson Fox, nodded as he came into the office.

“Hi.” I looked away, feeling the intense dark eyes eating me up. Jackson had that way about him…that thing that drew women in like flies, had them flipping their hair and dropping their panties with just one crooked twitch of his sinful lips.

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