by Trish Edmisten
GENRE: contemporary erotic romance
It was only supposed be a little harmless fun, a road trip to
to prove to everyone that she’s not
boring. Instead, Marcy wakes up in a hotel room with her best friend’s brother.
Worse, they’re wearing nothing but matching rings! Now, Marcy has to decide if
she’s going to take a gamble on Nick or walk away from the best thing she never
saw coming. Las Vegas
It 's a story of romance and passion, with great dialogue, lots of chemistry, much humor and lovable characters. From the first chapter, I was glued to the pages, I had to know how it would end between Nick and Marcy.
Marcy is a bit depressed. She is seeing all her friends find the man of their dreams and marry him while she's the only occasional girl of Robert, he is especially one that she used to not go alone to these marriages. The last in which she participates, that of Chelsea and Justin, is special: she has married the brother of her best friend, so they now are sister-in-laws. For Marcy remain Danni's brother, Nick: he is a guy conceited and arrogant but very sexy. She really was in love with him for a few years but since he is a palyboy tried to forget him. But perhaps it is not so. During this marriage Nick proposes her to make the first madness of her life and Marcy decides to follow him. She wakes up naked next to him with a wedding ring. And now?
Marcy has always been a good girl, she always tried to avoid the risks, every time she had to make a decision has always weighing all the pros and cons. Nick convinces her to risk for the first time in her life. Will help her to find the man of her life? Nick seems a bastard, at least at first, but I'm in love with him immediately. Nick and Marcy are a couple with a sizzling and magic chemistry. Their dialogues are very funny and ironic. I've really loved them.
This was my first time reading a book by this author, and I can say with complete certainty that it will not be my last!
I definitely recommend this one
“You were all over me last night, couldn’t get enough of me.”
“Are you sure about that, babe?”
“Yes, I am. I would never sleep with you and I’m sure as hell not your babe.”
Nick continued to smile at her. “Then why are we both naked in the same bed?”
Marcy glanced down at herself. Much to her chagrin, the bastard was right. Horrified, she grabbed the blankets. As she pulled them to her chin, a flash of light caught her attention and she froze.
The blinding glitter came from a diamond encrusted wedding band circling her left ring finger.
“What the hell is this?”
Keeping a firm hold on the blankets with her right hand, she shoved her left hand in Nick’s face.
Nick pulled back slightly. “It looks like a wedding ring to me.”
“And why am I wearing it?”
“People generally do when they get married.”
“I know what a wedding ring is and why people wear them,” Marcy informed him. “That doesn’t explain why I’m wearing one.”
“For the same reason I am,” Nick answered. “You and I got married last night.”
Marcy gaped at him, eyes wide and jaw hanging to her chest. She could not have heard what she thought she just heard. This had to be some kind of sick joke. She would never marry Nick Singer. Not in a million years.
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Trish Edmisten is the author of several novels, including Extraordinary Will, a Reader Views Literary Award Winner. Her work has appeared in Writer’s Journal, Creative With Words and A Long Story Short. Besides being an author, she holds a degree in criminology. Trish lives in
with her husband and their two daughters. Fresno, California
To learn more about Trish, visit her website www.trishedmisten.com. You can also follow her on Twitter, @trishthewriter and be sure you follow her blog firstname.lastname@example.org.
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