Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Loved this story! It is full of hope and passion and it really makes you think about the choices you make and the life you lead. All it takes is one night, one encounter, one kiss to change our lives. Kristin is fresh off a divorce and beginning a new journey in her life when her path crosses with Nick. I ADORED Nick. He was sweet, funny, full of one liners and really took time to understand Kristin. They both were amazing characters. Corinne Michaels did a fantastic job with character development and really took the time to make them relate-able. You will laugh, cry, blush and want more!
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You're worth complicating things.
You're what I want. The smile you say you love is there because of you. The laugh you hear, only started when you came around. I was drifting for so long, afraid to grab on to something because nothing was sturdy enough. I don't know if you'll be what tethers me, but right now, I know that I want to find out.
Could you not be so damn perfect? Just…a little flaw. Something to stop me from falling for you. Anything really. I had hoped you had a small dick, but that didn’t work out.
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From New York Times bestselling author, Corinne Michaels, comes a new heartwarming standalone romance.
I’m getting really good at cutting my losses.
First, the husband. Divorcing him was the best decision I ever made. But between single-parenting and job-hunting, I can’t catch my breath. When a celebrity blogging position falls into my lap, I’m determined to succeed.
That is, until I get my first assignment and actually see Noah Frazier for the first time . . . practically naked and dripping wet. My heart races and I forget how to form complete sentences. His chiseled abs, irresistible smirk, and crystal blue eyes are too perfect to be real. So, what do I do? Get drunk and humiliate myself, of course.
I’m ready to forget the awkward night, yet Noah has no intention of allowing me to move on. Instead, he arranges for me to write a feature on him, ensuring a lot more time together. One embarrassing moment after another, one kiss after another, and before I can stop myself, I realize—I’m falling in love with him.
But when the unthinkable happens, can I even blame him for cutting his losses?
What I wouldn’t give for just one last time . . .