Author: L.L. Collins
Genre: Contemporary Romance (standalone)
Release Date: May 23, 2019
Cover Design: Cover Me, Darling
Insatiable (adjective): having an insatiable appetite or desire for something, especially sex.
I am Dr. Porter Kingsley.
In my life, I am not easily satisfied. I have an uncontrollable need to have more.
More sex, more success, more money, and definitely more control.
The one thing I must control the most is commitment.
I’m married to the job, and it’s a damn important one.
Being the top neurosurgeon at the age of thirty is all the commitment I need.
Because I’ve been down that other road before, and all it comes with is heartbreak.
I’ve been relentless in my pursuit of excellence, and I give one hundred percent to everything I do.
Then Dr. Kaya Hensley breezed her way into my hospital and tried to tell me what to do.
She’s brash, bossy, ballsy, and beyond beautiful.
But I won’t let that get to me, because she’s my competition.
She’s everything I want in my bed, but not in my heart.
No one puts Porter Kingsley on his heels.
Kaya has different plans, but she has no idea.
My desire to be number one cannot be quenched, no matter the consequences.
I am insatiable.
There were two things in life that I couldn’t get enough of—being a kick-ass doctor and giving a woman the best orgasms of her life. Yes. Orgasms with an s. Stopping at one was for those who didn’t know how to use their God-given talents. Or maybe they just didn’t have any. Talents, that is. I sure as hell had that in spades. I was often seen as an arrogant asshole, and people who said that would be right. Well, mostly. I had an ego the size of the hospital I spent my life in, but it wasn’t unfounded. I wasn’t the youngest neurosurgeon to jump to the top of the best of list because I was complacent. My entire life, I’d always striven to be number one, get the best grades, and do whatever it took to reach my goals. That’s how I got where I am today, and that’s why I never settle for anything less. That doesn’t mean, of course, that I don’t make good use of my other talent with as many women as will take me up on the offer. I always make it worth their while, anyway. That’s why they usually want to come back for more. The “Most Eligible Bachelor” title I earned years ago, as ridiculous as it is, can stay. I’ll never be more than “eligible,” because no one will trap me. No matter how many of them think they’ll be the one to “make me commit,” I’m always up-front and honest with them. If you want the best sex of your life, I’m your man. If you want a white picket fence and shit, you’re with the wrong twin.