This is how present tense should be used, to create tension and urgency, and humor.
Rebel was very very Channing Tatum in my head.
Sweet, quiet, strong, sexy.
Reminded me of [b:Fighting for Flight|17167042|Fighting for Flight (Fighting, #1)|J.B. Salsbury|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1357067788s/17167042.jpg|23594178], with the mechanic/desperate young girl with daddy issues, etc.His abs flex as he shifts his weight to his other foot. Oh lordy, lordy, lordy, get in my shorties.
This is no fumbling college boy. Rebel is a real man, and I know I’m in over my head.
Book 2 Mick and Quin [bc:Hellion|18111602|Hellion (Rebel, #2)|Elle Casey|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1371994879s/18111602.jpg|25436985] November 2013
Book 3 Colin Alissa [bc:Trouble|18111607|Trouble (Rebel, #3)|Elle Casey|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1371994960s/18111607.jpg|25436993] January 2014