One Great Night












ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-740-5
Page Count: 126
Word Count: 30390
Rating: Spicy


At twenty-seven, Chloe Harris has never had a night of really great sex. Before she turns thirty she wants to check that particular item off of her bucket list. She's known Jason her whole life. More importantly, she trusts him. Who better to help her with her plan?

Call him a bit old-fashioned, but Jason Williams has never had a one-night stand. And he's not about to start with his best friend's baby sister.  To save Chloe from herself, he will pretend to go along with her crazy scheme. But what happens when the charade becomes all too real? For his libido and his heart.

Excerpt:

“You said you asked around about me.” The expression on his face told exactly how he felt about that. “But apparently you didn’t ask the right questions. And you should know me well enough to know I don’t sleep around. I don’t go from girl to girl on a whim. If I’m dating someone, and it feels right, sex becomes part of the relationship.”

“So you’re saying you’ve never had a one-night stand?”

He ran his fingers through his hair leaving it sexily mussed. “No, I haven’t. Call me old-fashioned, but I believe two people should be committed to each other before having sex. The other night you said you didn’t want the emotional part of sex. But if you’re looking for really, really great sex…emotion has to be there. It’s the feelings you have for the other person that makes it great. You can’t have that with a stranger.”

“You’re not a stranger.”

“True, but like I said, I like a little bit of build-up.”

They’d already kissed. A kiss that had nearly caused her to go up in flames like a backyard barbeque. Her knees wobbled just thinking about it. How much build-up did he need?

She looked into his familiar blue eyes. Despite the toe-curling kiss he’d given her, he probably still thought of her as Danny’s little sister. Not someone to take to bed. Okay, so she could understand needing a bit of time to get used to the idea.

But, he’d agreed to help. No way in hell was she letting him back out.




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