Do you like comedy with your romance? There's something rewarding about a story that makes you laugh as well as tugs at your heartstrings. I particularly enjoy a strong heroine who isn't afraid to give as good as she gets. It's even better if she has a smart mouth to go with the attitude.
KJ Holliday's EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT is a wonderful romantic comedy filled with zingers and a sizzling relationship. If you enjoy books by Sally Thorne or Lauren Layne, you'll love EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT.
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What happens when the Best Man is actually the Worst?
Katherine Pearson didn’t believe in love. Not really. Not after the childhood she had. However, she’d forever support her best friend Caroline by agreeing to be the Maid of Honor. It was unfortunate that the Best Man happened to be Eric Bowman, Colton’s stiff lipped, strait-laced, and incredibly sexy older brother. The very same man Katherine happened to have had an almost one-night stand with a year earlier.
Eric is the exact opposite of Kat in every way shape and form. It will take a miracle for either of them to make it through the weeklong destination-wedding extravaganza without throttling one another. So why does Katherine elect herself as Eric’s champion when she overhears his ex-wife conspiring against him?
In less than 24 hours, the man she swore she’d forever despise became her best man, her fake fiancé, and a royal pain in her neck. Katherine needed to prepare herself, because she was about to endure the destination wedding from hell.
He gave her a mildly amused look. Was Eric being playful? She felt like Alice in Sexual Wonderland, and things were getting Curiouser and Curiouser.
“Of course not, but I’ll have you know that picturing you on this bed, pleasuring yourself, has made things uncomfortable more than a few times.”
“Thought of me, did you?” Kat asked with a smug smirk.
There was no artifice in his answer. “Constantly.”
About the Author:
I started writing when I was nine years old. I was in love, it was poetry, and it was absolutely awful. I’ve always loved the written word, and at the age of thirteen I started posting short stories on various free platforms. Short stories grew to multi chapter novellas, which eventually turned to novels. Since then I’ve written hundreds of thousands of words, self-published five short stories, and am now working with Inkspell Publishing to publish my work.
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