Sweet On You Read online Hope Ford (Alpha Hero #3)

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Romance Tags Authors: Series: Alpha Hero Series by Hope Ford
Total pages in book: 14
Estimated words: 12828 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 64(@200wpm)___ 51(@250wpm)___ 43(@300wpm)

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Sweet On You (Alpha Hero #3)

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Hope Ford

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Sweet On You: Alpha Hero 3: An Alpha Man, Curvy Woman Romance

I don’t date. That’s not who I am. But I’m honest and upfront about it, never leading a woman on. And then I met Shannon.
I tell her how it’s going to be. And she’s good with it. It was actually her idea.
But then I start to have feelings for her. Can I forget my past, so we can have our future?

Six weeks and all I’ve thought about is him. I need to get him out of my system and then move on and that’s exactly what I plan to do. But you know what they say about the best laid plans…

This is a Steamy, Sweet, Short Story Romance. No Cliffhangers. This is the third story in the Alpha Hero Series. If you love short romances with insta love, hot love scenes, and a sweet story, then this one is for you.
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Alpha Hero Series by Hope Ford

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I pull up to Terry and April’s house. I won’t lie; I’m here about every other day now. I would say it has nothing to do with Shannon, the little paramedic that keeps showing up, but I’d be lying.

The day that April went into labor and Shannon jumped into the front of the truck to help, well let’s just say that I haven’t been right since then. She’s a little spitfire and isn’t afraid to say what she’s thinking. I figured once April got to the hospital she would leave. But no, she stuck around to make sure April was okay, even going in and holding baby Ella.

Since that day I haven’t been able to get her out of my mind. She’s not like most girls I’m attracted to. She’s short, curvy and mouthy. But hell, just thinking about her makes my heart beat faster.

I walk up on the porch and there sits Shannon holding little Ella in her carseat. She’s sitting on the floor of the porch, using her hand to rock Ella back and forth.

“What are you doing out here?”

Her face turns a bright red. “Well, I was supposed to be back a half hour ago, but they’re not answering the door.”

I wonder if something’s wrong. I start to walk to the door, but she stops me. “No, they’re okay. They’re just busy.”

Then I hear it. The sound of April screaming inside leaves very little to the imagination. I cover my ears.

Shannon’s face gets even redder. “What are you doing?”

I can read her lips, so I answer her back. “Uh, Terry will kill me if he knew I heard his wife making that noise.”

She looks at me with confusion on her face so I tell her, “Men, well most men don’t like to share stuff like that.”

Her eyes get big and she looks away, giving her attention to the baby.

I walk over to them and sit down on the concrete. “How’s my girl?” I ask.

My heart does a tumble because I very well could be talking about either of them right now.

Shannon’s eyes flick up to mine. “Oh, uh, she’s good.”

She starts to say something but then changes her mind, looking out into the yard.

I can tell something’s on her mind. “What is it, Shannon?”

She clears her throat and looks over at me. “I want you to take me out.”

Ever since I first met her I’ve known this woman was going to be a problem. But she’s also innocent. I can see it in her eyes. Fuck, I can smell it on her. She says it like it is, no beating around the bush with her.

Although there’s nothing I would like more than to be buried between her thick thighs, I still think better of it. “That’s probably not a good idea.”

Now most girls would just agree and walk away. But not Shannon. Nope, she wants to know why.

“Well, I don’t really date. I take women home with me. But I don’t date.”

She shrugs her shoulders. “Okay.”

I look over at her. Wait, hold up—did she just agree to what I think she agreed to?

She’s smiling at me and her face is flushed. Our eyes meet and it hits me, yep she’s agreeing. She wants me to take her home with me.

I can’t help but ask her, “You know what that means, right?”

Confusion fills her face, but she still nods her head at me.

I just shake my head and lean toward her. “If we do this, you need to know a few things. I don’t date. I don’t do commitment. It’s a one-time thing.”

She takes a deep breath and stares back at me. Any second I’m waiting on her to back down, but the determined look in her blue eyes makes me realize that maybe she’s not as innocent as I think she is. I don’t even realize it, but I’m holding my breath and only release it when she starts to nod her head.

“I get it, Zach. You don’t do commitment. I’m not asking for one. I’m good with one night.” She turns back to the baby then, rocking her in her car carrier.

I watch her for a second and I don’t even want to analyze why her words bother me a little. She’s saying she wants what I want. “Okay, so I’m off tonight or we can do next…”

She blurts out, “Tonight. Tonight is good.” Her eyes are wide, nostrils flared and a flush is rushing up her neck to her face.

I couldn’t keep the smirk on my face if I tried. She seems eager, making me wonder exactly what I’m getting myself into here. “Tonight then. I’ll text you the address.”


I’m doing my best to look calm on the outside, but right now my inside is going crazy. I. Did. It. I asked him out. And I knew how he felt about relationships. Heck, I’ve spent the last six weeks over here at April’s getting to know her, Terry and Zach. I know he doesn’t date. I know he doesn’t do commitment. April has warned me over and over to not get involved with him. She always says, “He’s a great friend, but would make a terrible boyfriend.”