Thursday, February 28, 2019

Cover Reveal: The Hate Vow by Nicole French

The Vow

Title: The Hate Vow

Series: The Quicksilver Trilogy

Author: Nicole French

Publisher: Raglan Publishing

Photographer: Sara Eirew Photography

Model: Lucas Bloms

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: March 29, 2019


Eric de Vries.
Looks like millions.
Worth billions.
A body like the David with a mind to match.
Unfortunately for this wayward heir, to keep his money, he needs a wife. And of all the women in the world, he chooses me. Too bad I've hated him for five years, since he took all my tears and tossed me away. The guy slept his way through half of New England and discarded women like hotel toiletries. Been there. Done that.
Still...what would you do for twenty million dollars?
Would you wear the dress?
Fake a smile for the man who broke your heart?
Or would you run far, far away?
Yeah, that's what I thought.
I'll see you at the church.
Author’s Note: The Quicksilver Trilogy is a companion series to the Spitfire Trilogy. Both can be read separately, but readers may enjoy meeting Eric and Jane for the first time beginning in Legally Yours, available free at
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Nicole French is an East Coast/West Coast hybrid creature, Springsteen fanatic, hopeless romantic, and total bookworm.
When not writing fiction or teaching writing classes, she is hanging out with her family, playing soccer with the rest of the thirty-plus crowd in Seattle, or going on dates with her husband.
In her spare time, she likes to go running with her dog, Greta, or practice the piano, but never seems to do either one of these things as much as she should.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Release Blitz: The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros



If you’re reading this, well, you know the “last-letter” drill. You made it. I didn’t. Get off the guilt train, because I know if there were any chance you could have saved me, you would have.

I need one thing from you: Get out of the army and get to Telluride.

My little sister Ella’s raising the twins alone. She’s too independent and won’t accept help easily, but she has lost our grandmother, our parents, and now me. It’s too much for anyone to endure. It’s not fair.

And here’s the kicker: there’s something else you don’t know that’s tearing her family apart. She’s going to need help.

So if I’m gone, that means I can’t be there for Ella. I can’t help them through this. But you can. So I’m begging you, as my best friend, go take care of my sister, my family.

Please don’t make her go through it alone.


Review by Trinette Dungee

A woman who's lost almost everyone she loves, Ella MacKenzie is fighting and doing everything she can to not lose another. She fell in love with a stranger over letters and now with her brother gone, she’s more than likely lost him too. He doesn’t show up on her doorstep like he promised but the man who does show up threatens to steal her heart. As much as she doesn’t want to be attracted to Beckett Gentry she finds herself being pulled more and more towards him. He’s everything she could want and need and her children are also falling for him just as hard; but Ella’s been burned before by the right words by the wrong guy and the men in her life never seem to keep their promises. 
“We’re three months into this, and I’m half in love with you without ever having been in the same room.”
Ella fights an internal battle of holding out hope that the man she fell in love with via letters just might show up and letting herself have feelings for the man that did actually show up. 
Every soldier has that letter, the last letter to be delivered should he not return home and Beckett Gentry just received his best friend’s last letter.
“Beck, If you’re reading this, blah, blah. You know the last-letter drill. You made it. I didn’t. Get off the guilt train, because I know you, and if there were any chance you could have saved me, you would have. If there were any way you could have changed the outcome, you would have. So whatever deep, dark hole of guilt you’re wallowing in, stop. I need one thing from you: Get your ass to Telluride. I know your ETS date is right with mine. Take it. Ella’s all alone. Not in the alone way that she has been, but really, truly alone. Our grandmother, our parents, and now me. It’s too much to ask her to endure. It’s not fair. But here’s the kicker: Maisie is sick. She’s only six, Beck, and my niece might die...... I can’t be there for her. I can’t help Ella through this, or play soccer with my nephew, or hold my niece. But you can. So I’m begging you, as my best friend, go take care of my sister, my family. Do whatever you can to save my little Maisie.”
A man who’s never had anyone to love finds himself head over heels for a woman and her children. Beckett promised him best friend, Ryan, that he’d look out for his sister. Ella is stubborn and determined to not let herself trust another man who can very easily leave her alone but Beckett finds himself drawn to her not just by the promise to Ryan but the desire to be everything that Ella and her kids need. With Ella carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders and caring for a sick child she needs someone to help carry the load and he’s not going to let her push him away. Unfortunately, Beckett has secrets that could not only have Ella push him away but destroy everything he’s come to know and love.
Okay, that’s all you get and that’s just the tip of the iceberg of this book. This is one of those books where you can’t say too much because you’ll give away too much. It’s one where you want the reader to not know what’s coming, be it good or bad.
This isn’t just a romance novel where the girl meets the guy and they fall in love and at the end everything is wrapped up at the end in a nice pretty bow. Nope, this is a love story, and we all know, love is not nice and neat and perfect. It’s hard and challenging and messy and downright heartbreaking, but with the right person it’s a fight worth fighting for. 
This book was an emotional rollercoaster. There was laughter, tears, uncertainty, shock…you name it, this book gave it to you. 
The connections with the characters came immediately, although  I didn’t think I was going to like Ella at first because she was just uber independent but that “I can do it all” attitude just sucked me in. The connection wasn’t just with Beckett and Ella. The twins, Maisie and Colt, tugged at your heart and made you smile. 
“He stopped midfield, and I had to backtrack a couple of steps. “Colt, what’s wrong?” He looked up at me, blocking the sun with a hand, and then glanced around to the other parents walking back to their cars. “Is this what it feels like?” he whispered so quietly that I leaned down. “What it feels like?” I asked. “Having a dad?” He tilted his head slightly. Words fled at the same rate every emotion assaulted me. His question flayed me open, leaving me raw and exposed in a way I’d never felt before. I crouched to his level and said the only thing that came to mind. “You know, I’m not sure. I never had a dad.” His eyes widened. “Me, either.” I’m here now.”
Seriously, how does that not tug at your heart?!
Beckett was the dad he never thought he would or could ever be. 
Even before Ella admittedly allowed Beckett into her heart, they were a team. They fell into this sort of parenting roll with her twins that just seem natural and seamless. When Ella faces the unthinkable, Beckett is there by her side experiencing it too. 

Rebecca Yarros has a way of making the emotions jump right off the page. Her writing sucks you in from the start. When the characters are happy, you’re happy. When they cry, you cry. When they are at a loss, you find yourself thinking of ways to help them through their darkest hours. The writing is so tight that for me, I could picture the movie reel in my head the entire time I was reading. I could picture the trees, the sky, even the facial expressions. I could hear the characters' voices in my head with emotion. I suggest you set aside at least two days because once you start this book, you won’t want to put it down until you are done; and once you’re done, you’re going to need another day to pull yourself together. 


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"I cannot imagine a world without this story." – Hypable

"A stunning, emotional romance." - Jill Shalvis, NYT Bestselling Author

“Ella.” It was a plea to speak, to not speak. Hell, I didn’t know anymore.
“You don’t see me like that. I totally get it.” She reached for the TV remote.
“How exactly do I see you? Please, enlighten me.” I leaned forward, stealing the remote. She’d opened this box and had better well dish it.
She huffed in annoyance. “You see me as a mom. As Colt and Maisie’s mom. And of course you do, because that’s what I am. A mom with two kids.”
“Well, yeah,” I said. Her motherhood—that selfless devotion she had to her kids—was one of her most attractive attributes.
She rolled her eyes with a little sigh, and the metaphorical light bulb went off in my head.
“You don’t think I want you.”
She shot me a look that confirmed my guess and blushed the same crimson of her couch. “You know, you’re right. It’s late.” She faked a yawn. “Suuuuuuper late.”
“I want you.” Damn, it felt so good to say the words.
“Yeah, okay.” She gave me a goofy look and a thumbs-up. “Please don’t make me feel any more idiotic than I do right now.”
Yeah, enough of this bullshit.
I pounced in one smooth motion, taking her back to the couch, sliding over her as I gathered her wrists in one hand above her head and settled between her open thighs.
“Holy shit, you move fast.” There was no fear or rejection in her eyes, just surprise.
“Not in every arena,” I promised.
Her lips parted.
“Ella. I want you.”
“Beckett…you don’t have to.”
Yeah, that soft little sigh she did was going to be my undoing.
I let go of her wrists, letting my fingers trail down her arm until I had one hand weaving my fingers into the hair at the base of her scalp and the other at the curve in her waist.
“Feel this?” Then I slid forward, letting my dick stroke along the seam in her pajama pants hard enough for her to gasp at the contact. I couldn’t remember ever wanting to shred a piece of fabric so much in my life. “I’ve never wanted a woman as much as I want you.”
I moved again, and her eyes slid shut as she let loose the sweetest moan.
My dick throbbed, knowing everything I’d fantasized about for the better part of the last eight months was one decision away.
“Beckett.” Her hands found my biceps, her nails digging in.
“Don’t ever think that I don’t want you, because if things were different, I would have already been inside you. I would know exactly how you feel, and what you sound like, look like, when you come. I’ve thought about it at least a hundred different ways, and believe me, I’ve got a great imagination.”
She rocked her hips against me, and I locked my jaw to keep from giving her exactly what her body was asking for. “Ella, you have to stop.”
“Why?” she asked, her lips dangerously close to mine. “What do you mean if things were different?” Her eyes flew wide. “Is this because I have kids?”
“What? No. Of course not. It’s because you’re Ryan’s little sister.” Before I could do any more damage, I got the hell off her and sat back on my side of the couch.
“Because…I’m Ryan’s little sister,” she repeated, scooting so she sat upright, facing me. “And you think he’d, what? Haunt you?”
Three things: The letter. The cancer. The lie.
I repeated those in my head until I was certain I could look at her and not drag her back under me.
“When I was growing up, if I wanted something, I took it. Immediately. I had sex at fourteen with a girl in my foster home of the moment. I opened Christmas presents early if I was lucky enough to get one, and it was usually from my social worker or some charity.”
“I don’t understand.” She wrapped her arms around her knees again.
“I took it immediately because I knew if I didn’t, chances were I wouldn’t get it. It was a now-or-never kind of thing—there weren’t second chances.”
“I can’t touch you, can’t talk about it, because I’m afraid I’ll act on it.”
“And why does that matter if I want you to?”
“Because I won’t get a second chance. And I’m crap with people, with relationships. I’ve never had one that lasted more than a month. Never loved a woman I’ve slept with. And chances are I’d do something to screw this up, because it’s not just my dick that wants you, Ella.”
That O popped right back onto her face, and I closed my eyes to keep from lunging across the distance and kissing her. Knowing she’d let me—that she wanted it—sent my need from a bullet to a nuclear missile.
“And when I’d screw it up, because it would happen, trust me, it would hurt Colt and Maisie, too. You’d be on your own again, because there’s no chance you’d let me hang around and help you out like Ryan asked.”
“And there it is.”
“There it is. You’re Ryan’s little sister.”
“There were only five years between us. Not so little, you know.” She reached for the remote.
“I’m well aware.”
“So if Ryan were still alive…” She shot one last look at me.
I let everything slip for a millisecond, letting her see it all in my eyes, how badly I wanted her, and not just for her body. “Everything would be different.”
“Everything but the way I feel about you, which he probably would have killed me for. Where does that leave us?”
“You mean besides me being a dried-up spinster and you being honor-bound to a ghost?”
“Something like that.”
She rolled her head along the back of the couch, muttering something that sounded like a curse word under her breath. Then she sat up straight and powered on the TV with a click of her thumb. “That leaves us choosing a movie on demand. Because I’m not letting you walk out that door right now.”
“You’re not?”
“Nope. You walk out now, you might get all weird about this and not come back. Honor is a fabulous thing, but sometimes pride can be a lot stronger, especially when you convince yourself it’s for the good of the other person.”
Damn, the woman knew me.
“So movie it is,” I agreed. “Just…stay on your side of the couch.”
“I wasn’t the one who crossed the center line,” she teased with a smile that got me hard all over again.
Movie chosen, we sat and watched, both of us stealing sideways glances. There was that saying…the horse out of the barn. Yeah, the horse was out of the barn, and it wasn’t going back in. Not no way. Not no how.
That horse was running amok and screwing with my carefully constructed control.
But I didn’t complain when she moved over. Or when she pressed against my side. Nope. I lifted my arm and savored the feel of her curves, her trust. Still didn’t complain when she lay down in my arms. Hell no, I held on and memorized every second.

"This story gripped me from start to finish. The Last Letter is poignant, heartfelt and utterly consuming. I loved it!" - Mia Sheridan, NYT Bestselling Author

"Hands down, the best book I've read all year." - Fic Wishes

About Rebecca Yarros:

Rebecca Yarros is a hopeless romantic and a lover of all things coffee, chocolate, and Paleo. She is the author of the Flight & Glory series, including Full Measures, the award-winning Eyes Turned Skyward, Beyond What is Given, and Hallowed Ground. She loves military heroes, and has been blissfully married to hers for sixteen years.

When she's not writing, she's tying hockey skates for her four sons, sneaking in some guitar time, or watching brat-pack movies with her two daughters. She lives in Colorado with the hottest Apache pilot ever, their rambunctious gaggle of kids, an English bulldog who is more stubborn than sweet, and a bunny named General Fluffy Pants who torments the aforementioned bulldog. Having adopted their youngest daughter from the foster system, and Rebecca is passionate about helping others do the same.

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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Review: Devil's Daughter by Lisa Kleypas

Although beautiful young widow Phoebe, Lady Clare, has never met West Ravenel, she knows one thing for certain: he’s a mean, rotten bully. Back in boarding school, he made her late husband’s life a misery, and she’ll never forgive him for it. But when Phoebe attends a family wedding, she encounters a dashing and impossibly charming stranger who sends a fire-and-ice jolt of attraction through her. And then he introduces none other than West Ravenel.

West is a man with a tarnished past. No apologies, no excuses. However, from the moment he meets Phoebe, West is consumed by irresistible desire...not to mention the bitter awareness that a woman like her is far out of his reach. What West doesn’t bargain on is that Phoebe is no straitlaced aristocratic lady. She’s the daughter of a strong-willed wallflower who long ago eloped with Sebastian, Lord St. Vincent—the most devilishly wicked rake in England.

Before long, Phoebe sets out to seduce the man who has awakened her fiery nature and shown her unimaginable pleasure. Will their overwhelming passion be enough to overcome the obstacles of the past? Only the devil’s daughter knows…

4.5 Stars
Review by Lisa Kane

There are few authors of historical romance that can even come close to Lisa Kleypas' writing. Her series are steamy and capture that time period without bogging the reader down with boring details.

I adored Devil in Winter and Evie and Sebastian always remain as the benchmark couple for any historicals that I read. So when I saw that their daughter Phoebe was getting her own book- I begged the publisher for a review copy.

Phoebe is recently widowed. Her husband and child hood best friend, Henry succumbed to a lengthy illness, leaving her to raise their two young sons alone. At the wedding of Gideon and Pandora, she meets a man who stirs something inside of her. But to her dismay, he is West Ravenel, her late husband's nemesis. He made Henry's life hell as a child. As much as she is attracted to him, she can't allow herself to feel anything for West, that would be a betrayal to Henry.

West was a rake of the worst kind, but has spent the last two years trying to be a better person. He has no title, or fortune or prospects, but he is intelligent and has a natural instinct for matters of the estate. He is honestly trying to help his brother to make things prosper.

He too felt something for Phoebe but thought her sudden coldness could be attributed to his reputation. West has always suffered from feelings of inadequacy. He had a brutal childhood and has never quite believed himself worthy or real love or respect.

Devil's Daughter is a story about the power of healing and redemption. (Yes, my beloved Sebastian, the ultimate reformed rake, saves the day so to speak!) Phoebe learns to listen to her instincts and to stand on her own two feet and West learns that he has suffered enough, that he is worthy of this beautiful, fiery creatures love and devotion.

"I realized that before I can have trust...actually feel it...I'll have to start doing it. Trusting blindly. I'll have to learn how. It's ...difficult." 
Her beautiful eyes shimmer. "I know, darling," she whispered. 
"But if I'm ever going to try it with anyone, it has to be you."  

New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas graduated from Wellesley College with a political science degree. She’s a RITA award-winning author of both historical romance and contemporary women’s fiction. She lives in Washington State with her husband Gregory and their two children.

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Friday, February 22, 2019

Release Blitz: Think Twice by Stephanie Rose

When your heart is warring with your head, there’s no time to Think Twice.

Title: Think Twice
Author: Stephanie Rose
Release Date: February 22, 2019

One couple risks it all, while the other may lose everything...

At eighteen, PJ was full of dreams. She was on her way to becoming a serious artist and moving across the country, away from the unrequited, tortured dream of her much older brother’s irresistible best friend, Dylan. But when she forced herself to let that dream go, she never expected it to bounce back and refuse to let her.

One fall may have cost Jack everything. After being severely injured while responding to a fire, he lost the girl, the use of his leg, and possibly the career he’s dreamed of all his life. While away at rehab, he connects with Danielle, his physical therapist and a girl from his past. She can heal him in more ways than one, but she’s nursing her own wounds.

When your heart is warring with your head, there’s no time to Think Twice.

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4 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I really enjoyed Think Twice.  It is two love stories in one.  All four characters intertwined in each other's lives.  It is written in alternating point of views between the four characters, but never once did this book feel like I wa reading two different stories or confused in any way.  I loved the characters, I loved the connection tons made and loved how the story itself.

Pj has been in love with her older brother's best friend since she was a little girl.  She just turned 18 and he is 8 years older to her.  When she confessed her love for him a few months ago, things between them have been a little shaky and distant.  Dylan had left his distance from her because not only was she 17 but she was his best friend's little sister.  but there comes a time when you can only stay away for so long, especially when your feelings for her matches what she feels for you.  Dylan and PJ being together is a disaster waiting to happen.  They can lose so much, but they are willing to take that risk.  Will it be worth it in the end?

Jack is PJ's brother who is in rehab learning to walk again.  He is a Firefighter, a job that he loves.  But when he had an accident on the job it left him unable to walk, due to his injured leg.  He is in rehab, feeling sorry for himself, down on himself but most of all afraid.  He fears that he will never be able to go back to his job.  When his therapist, Dani comes in he remember her from when they were younger.  Dani's brother and Jack used to be friends.  All though she never admitted it, she had a huge crush on Jack.  They will be working close together for the next few months.  Jack thinks she's beautiful and wants her to be more than his therapist.   But after a very bad past relationship, Dani has a huge wall up and has a really hard time letting someone in, especially when that someone is her patient.  Will Jack break down those walls and get the chance at love and happiness?

I really enjoyed this book.  I loved the firriest point of views.  The story flowed perfectly and it never once felt like it was all over the place.  With four people telling the story one would think at some point it would be, but Ms. Rose did a fantastic job with the writing.  There were moments where a chapter would end and I couldn't wait for the next page to see what would happen, only to find out that I had to wait because we moved onto a different character.  The suspense killed me but it was perfect.  

Think Twice is a sweet, fun story about four couples.  In a way they are both forbidden, but it always felt just right.  I loved Dylan and how sweet and loving he was with PJ.  And Dylan is charmer who is cute and sexy.  I did wish there was a little more of an emotional connection between the characters, but otherwise I really loved this book.  It is the perfect weekend read.  Once you start you do not want to put it down.  The characters will capture you from the very start and you will fall in love with all of them.  A great read.  


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Stephanie Rose is a bad-ass New Yorker, a wife, a mother, a former blogger and lover of all things chocolate. Most days you'll find her trying to avoid standing on discarded LEGO or deciding which book to read next. Her debut novel, Always You, released in 2015 and since then she's written several more—some of which will never see completion—and has ideas for a hundred to come.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Release Blitz: Twisted by Natasha Knight

Title: Twisted
Author: Natasha Knight
Genre: Dark Romance Standalone

Release Date: February 19, 2019


My brother was right. I always wanted my own Willow

What happened on that island didn’t break me.
It twisted me.
Corrupted me.
Made me into a monster.

Although, I guess it’s true what she says. You
can’t become something that wasn’t inside you all along.

This was always going to happen.
I was always going to take Amelia Willow.
History and destiny sealed her fate. Sealed
both of ours.

For months, I’ve been waiting.

And tonight, everything will change.
Because tonight, I’ll collect my own Willow

Author’s Note: Twisted is a standalone spinoff of
the Dark Legacy Duet. No cliffhanger!

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He says that
together they twisted him.
Made him the
monster he’s become.
But you can’t
become something that wasn’t inside you all along.
A tear drops to
the sketchbook on my lap, the blob smearing the lead. I wipe it away with the
tip of my finger and watch the stain spread to the edge of the page.
I can’t seem to
stop drawing that night.
The night when
the Scafoni brothers stalked into our home and we were made to wear those
rotting, disgusting sheaths and forced to stand on those ancient blocks as
Sebastian Scafoni, first-born bastard, looked us over like we were cattle.
I can’t stop
drawing the look on his face when he saw Helena.
Even if she
wasn’t bound like she was, she’d have stood out.
She always thought
herself the ugly duckling but she’s the most beautiful of all. She’s special.
Always was. Different from us. And so much stronger.
I swipe the back
of my hand across my nose and listen to the sound of tears drop fat and heavy
onto the page and this time when I lay my hand on the sketch, it’s to smear the
wet across like maybe I can wipe away that night. Rub it off the page. Erase it
out of history like it never happened.
“Oh, now look
what you’ve done,” he says. His voice is deep and low, and I swear I can feel
it as much as hear it.
He takes my hand
with his gloved one and pulls it away.
“Ruined it.”
I look at him. I
finally make myself look at him.
“I hate you.”
He grins. Shrugs
a shoulder, his grip growing infinitesimally harder.
I glance at my
palm—it’s black from the pencil—and look down at the page in front of me.
He’s right. It’s
But it doesn’t
matter. I have dozens like it.
I can’t stop
drawing that night.
Can’t stop it
from happening.
Can’t stop the
Scafoni bastards from walking into our lives, upending everything. Coming into
our home like kings, like they owned the place.
Although, I guess
they did.
They owned
everything. Our house. Our land. Our parents.
My sister.
I force myself to
meet Gregory Scafoni’s dark eyes with their strange turquoise specks and wonder
how I’d ever thought he was an angel.
My angel.
My savior.
When all he is,
is the devil.

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USA Today
bestselling author of contemporary romance, Natasha Knight specializes in dark,
tortured heroes. Happily-Ever-Afters are almost always guaranteed, but she
likes to put her characters through hell to get them there. She’s evil like

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Release Blitz: Boyfriend For Hire by Kendall Ryan

I’m the guy you call when you need to impress your overbearing family, your boss, or your ex. Yeah, I’m a male escort, but not just any escort, I’m the escort. The one with a mile-long waiting list and a pristine reputation that’s very well-deserved.

I’m the guy who’ll make you feel beautiful, desired, and worshipped . . . all for a steep price. I’m hired to make you shine, and I always deliver.

I’ll be whatever you want me to be for one night—except my true self. This is just a job, a role I play to earn a paycheck.

But I’m not the guy who falls for a client. Not once in six years.

And then I meet Elle. Her friend has hired me to escort her to a wedding, but Elle doesn’t know we’re just pretending.

There’s a fire between us I never expected. A connection I haven’t felt in so long. One kiss, and I’m losing all control.

But what will happen when she finds out who I really am?


3.5 Stars
Review by Lisa Kane

Nic's been a male escort for the last six years. Sometimes it's just a date for dinner or an event, sometimes it ends in sex. Whatever the client wants. It pays for the life style he's grown accustomed to and you'll hear no complaints from him.

When he meets with a beautiful client for a coffee date Christine tells him she wants to hire him to take her best friend Elle to a cocktail reception and Christine's wedding. She got dumped by Jeremy, who is best friend's with Christine's groom and he's going to be there. With his beautiful new girlfriend, whom he wasted no time acquiring after their break up.

She makes it clear that this is a sex included.

"And it's just to accompany her. I'm not paying extra for the know." She leans closer and whispers, "Sex."

Nic is bowled over when it's time to meet Elle. She thinks he's a college friend of Christine's that agreed to do as a favor. She's beautiful and lush and as sweet as can be. Everything he doesn't deserve. He has to keep reminding himself that she is a client. (even if she doesn't know she is!)

My one-drink rule is going to be even more crucial now that I know I clearly have a hard time controlling myself around Elle. 

Elle is having a hard time keeping things platonic between them herself. She knows Nic is doing this as a favor, it's not like he asked her out or anything. But...

I'm desperate for him to touch me anywhere. Suddenly, kisses aren't enough. I want more. 

Nerves, too much champagne and a run in with her ex brings an unexpected ending to the date.

They reach out to each other (oh boy, this isn't going to end well) and really enjoy spending time together.

I know what's going thru your head. Can you spell train wreck?

How can I change my entire life for a shot with a girl-no matter how amazing or perfect she seems for me-when I have no idea if we'll even work out once she learns the truth about me? 

Boyfriend for Hire is a quick read with a familiar trope-the escort falls for the client and is torn up with guilt and is afraid of being discovered.  All in all, it's a good story, but I was hoping there would have been a twist or two to the story to add a different take to it.


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