From New York Times bestselling author Kristen Proby, comes a sexy, new contemporary romance novella in her Fusion Series, NO RESERVATIONS, brought to you by 1001 Dark Nights! Grab your copy of this amazing novella today!
About NO RESERVATIONS:
New York Times Bestselling author Kristen Proby takes us back to her highly acclaimed Fusion series.
Chase MacKenzie is not the man for Maura Jenkins. A self-proclaimed life-long bachelor, and unapologetic about his distaste for monogamy, a woman would have to be a masochist to want to fall into Chase’s bed.
And Maura is no masochist.
Chase has one strict rule: no strings attached. Which is fine with Maura because she doesn’t even really like Chase. He’s arrogant, cocky, and let’s not forget bossy. But when he aims that crooked grin at her, she goes weak in the knees. Not that she has any intentions of falling for his charms.
Well, maybe just once…
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No Reservations is the latest sexy romance in Kristen Proby’s Fusion series.
Chase and Maura are the brother and best friend of Mac and Kat from Blush For Me. Mac and Kat make several re-appearances in No Reservations as they continue trying to convince Chase and Maura of what is already blatantly obvious to everyone else – that their attraction is way beyond sexual.
The sizzle between Chase and Maura is believable. Palatable. And with a hint of humor. “No more sex.” Well, maybe just once more.” The back and forth between them – the ways they manage to invent excuses to have to “meet up” (and hook up) had me giggling to myself.
No Reservations is a sexy novella that will leave you smiling (and fanning) from beginning to end.
Excerpt: “I don’t love blind dates,” I remind my friend Kat for the fourth time since she picked me up at my place twenty minutes ago. “You really didn’t have to set me up with anyone.” “I think you’ll like him,” she says with a shrug. “Why are we meeting them there?” “Because Mac just finished up with work, and having him come home to get me and then go back downtown seemed unproductive.” I nod and take a deep breath. It’s not that men as a species make me nervous. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever met a man that gave me butterflies, which I guess is a sad commentary on the state of my love life. “You do like men, don’t you?” she asks with a raised brow and glances over at me. Kat is one of the most colorful women I know. She has deep red hair, a full sleeve of beautiful tattoos, and the outfits she wears should land her on the cover of a pin-up girl calendar. She’s super pretty. “Yes,” I reply with a laugh. “I’m into men.” “Perfect.” Kat smiles and pulls into a parking space at a trendy sushi restaurant near the waterfront. “And there’s no pressure. If you don’t like him, no harm done.” “True.” I nod and exit the car, meeting her on the sidewalk. “If nothing else, I get to spend some fun time out with you and Mac.” “Atta girl,” she says with a wink and opens the door for me, following me into the restaurant. I immediately see Kat’s husband, Mac, sitting at a table in the back of the restaurant. His friend’s back is to me, but it looks familiar. When Mac stands with a smile to kiss his wife like he hasn’t seen her in a month, his companion stands and turns around with a smile, and all I can think is, f*ck.