Dirty Secret – May December Romance Series Read Online M.K. Moore

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Total pages in book: 10
Estimated words: 9662 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 48(@200wpm)___ 39(@250wpm)___ 32(@300wpm)

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Dirty Secret - May December Romance Series

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M.K. Moore

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Teach me, Calvin…
Calvin Daniels
At forty years old, I should know better, but I don’t care. I’m in love with my best friend’s daughter and now that I can claim her, I’m going to. When I was traded to the Alaskan Malamute football team, I thought it would be bleak up there, but Esther Holland is my ray of sunshine.
Esther Holland
My daddy warned me about men like Calvin Daniels, but it doesn’t matter. I want him more than I’ve wanted anything in my short life. I haven’t known him long, but long enough to love everything about him.
Dirty Secret is an older man, younger woman, May-December Romance that is safe, over the top, & oh, so steamy.
This May, some of your favorite steamy romance authors will gather their dirty minds to bring you a selection of hot older men who won’t let a little thing like age stand in the way of claiming their feisty younger women. Age is nothing but a number, and these sexy alpha heroes know true love when they see it. They’re older, wiser, and know how to care for ALL of their woman’s needs. Come along for the ride and find out why there is no substitute for EXPERIENCE.
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Calvin Daniels

I'd rather be doing anything else than what I am doing right now. I feel like I've been called to the principal's office. The General Manager's office is stuffy, and it smells like corned beef in here. I think this is only the second time I've been in this office since I was drafted in 2001. I've played my entire career in one place, but something tells me that's about to change. It's been rumored in the press for months now, but I try not to pay attention to that shit. I just want to play ball. No matter how much I keep to myself, the press is always there to trump up some bullshit that never even happened. You've heard about the wild orgy I threw on Lesbos, haven't you? I've never even been to Greece. Now, I'm not saying I've been a saint, but I haven't been a manwhore either. I'm forty years old. I've been in a few relationships over the years, but nothing serious, and I never loved any of them. There is a girl, though. A girl I can't have and shouldn't want.

"Well, Daniels, it's official. You've been traded." Traded. I knew it. It was either that, or I was being fired.

"Traded?" I repeat, knowing here and now know my twenty-year career is over. I am one of the oldest quarterbacks still playing the game at my age, but I feel that I at least have a couple of years left in me. A mid-season trade is never a good thing, in my opinion. It marks the end of a career, and everyone knows it.

"The Alaskan Malamutes are trading you for two quarterbacks," Barry says. Barry White is a former player himself but recently retired and became the GM of the Valdosta Wildcats.

"Can I refuse?" I ask, knowing that I would never turn down the job. I am the job, and I'm very good at what I do.

"Of course, you can, but I wouldn't. They are going to pay you three times the amount you got from us."

"Three times?" I ask incredulously. My current contract is worth twenty million dollars. There's a hell of a lot of things I can do with the kind of money the Malamutes want to pay me.

"Yes, plus incentives. It's all outlined here," he says, sliding a packet of papers across his desk to me.

"Alaska," I murmur. Specifically, Anchorage. Torque, my hometown, is roughly three hours from Anchorage. Just last year, when the league announced two new teams were coming, it was a big deal. One went to Wyoming the other was going to Alaska. It was a huge deal that Alaska got a professional football team, but that they chose Anchorage was odd. Who is going to go all the way to Anchorage just to watch a football game? The answer was everybody. Shockingly. The Malamutes have put Alaska on the map for sports. The rest of the country shouldn't underestimate Alaskan's when it comes to team pride. It may be the last frontier still full of vast wilderness, but the cities have modernized with the rest of the country.

I grew up on ten acres of land in a three-story log cabin with my parents, four brothers, and my baby sister. I went to the local K-12 school that didn't offer sports. There were three people in my graduating class, one of which was my best friend, Darren Holland. It'll be good to see him after all these years too. He owns his own business and works from home but talking on the phone or over email doesn't do much, but recently, I've been noticing his daughter on social media more and more. I've never met the girl, but God, she's gorgeous. Just seeing her picture made me want to change my ways. I haven't been with a woman in five years because of that girl. Going home will mean I can finally claim her.

As for my family, my parents have visited me in Georgia, but they are homebodies through and through. I've seen all of my brothers at least a few times, but my sister, Cherry, has never been any further than Anchorage. She doesn't want to go anywhere else.

Torque is a small town. Its population is only 1,100. I think there has been one murder in sixty years. Violent crime, in general, is pretty much non-existent. The majority of arrests are for DUIs and alcohol consumption. I didn't even have a chance to play football until college. I remember walking onto the field for the first time and feeling just as at home there as I did in Torque. The rest is history. I'm good at my job, and it makes me a lot of money. I'll follow the money in this case, follow it all the way home.