Spotlight: I Stole His Car by Jessica Frances

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She stole his car, so he stole her heart…

I saw something I never should have seen.
I took something they wanted back.
I was desperate. 
So, I did something I never would have normally done.
I stole a car.
Not just any car.
His car. 
Now I have no choice but to trust him.
Only he can help me get out of this mess.
Then, when we both become hunted,
And when feelings begin to complicate things,
Can I still count on his protection? 
Can I trust what is happening between us to be real?
Because, as some people say: there is nothing quite like love at first … crime. 


“I promised to protect you,” he says, not moving his hand and pushing his hips harder against me so my back is flat against the door.

“And you did. You told me to get out. You kept me calm, and we got away.”

“But it could have so easily gone wrong. You should have been safe there.” He sounds self-reproaching.

“This will all be over soon.” I lift my hands to his face, careful of where he appears to be hurt. “You said that. We can make it just a little bit longer.”

“I don’t think I can go through that again …” He is whispering now, his husky voice full of emotion.

“You won’t. They might have known where we were before, but they don’t have a clue now. We’re safe, right?”

“We’re safe,” he affirms, finally moving his hand from my chest and up over my shoulder, over my neck, and then cupping my face. “I want you so badly.”

His words cause my breath to hitch and desire to pool low in my belly. I already guessed as much, but hearing his words, listening to them echo inside my head, sets off a chain reaction I can’t stop.

I have wanted him since the first time I laid eyes on him.

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About the Author


Jessica Frances is an Australian author who currently resides in South Australia. She is an avid reader and loves to write. She works full-time as a baker, so writing is her hobby done when she has the time. When she is not writing, you can find her reading, napping or watching excessive amounts of TV.

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