Jordan had his arm latched around her waist. “I never felt comfortable there.”
She laughed. “Exactly where do you feel comfortable?” She leaned back against his chest as he marveled at the street performers who painted and danced for money.
He tightened his grip around her and nuzzled her neck, laughing too. “That’s true. When I have such a precious commodity I’m in charge of protecting, how can I relax?”
“You’re so silly, Jordan. I don’t think anyone is going to try to run off with me.”
He kissed the top of her head. “They’ll be sorry if they try.”
After reading the 100-plus reviews in the US and UK, there seems to be a common theme among the readers, Jordan’s behavior...
Some say possessive, some say protective. Some think he’s overbearing, others say, “Where can I get me a 'Jordan'?”
Well I wrote Jordan, and I know what kind of man he is, so I’ll just say this: Jordan’s a cop. Cops see things different in the world than everyone else. How do I know this? Simple, I married a cop!
What say you? Read She Belongs to Me and decide what kind of man you think Jordan is. But remember, even though he's a character, he's still a man. And I did title the novel, She Belongs to Me. ;)
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