Happy Friday everyone. I hope if you do have to work this weekend, it goes by quickly so you can relax as well.
I only have two books for you this week. You may have noticed that I've been binge reading Mickey Miller books. They are great and The Subsitute was a great read!
Amazon Bestselling Author Mickey Miller brings you a sexy, new standalone romance novel.
When the NFL goes on strike, Super Bowl champion Peyton O’Rourke ends up back in his hometown as a substitute teacher and high school football coach.
The one thing he didn’t count on?
Maddy Cooper being newly single.
She’s the hot girl next door type.
Literally. She’s literally the cute girl next door and his best friend’s (now ex) girl.
And even though he knows he should be with anyone other than Maddy Cooper —
Well you know the drill.
Things are going to get hot. Heavy.
Does Facebook still have an ‘It’s complicated’ button?
Because it’s about to go down.
I'm a huge Rachel Van Dyken fan. I've read almost everything she has out so when I saw Stealing Her on KU I quickly picked it up. It came as an audio book and I'll be honest, I'm not a massive fan of those. I like to let my imagination go on what the character's voice may sound like and with this one, I struggled with the female narrator. No offense to her she did do a great job it just wasn't for me.
My estranged twin brother, Julian, was always the wonder boy - and soon-to-be CEO of our ruthless father's corporation. My mother and me? Left behind. Now, years after tearing our family apart, my father dares to ask "me" for a favor? Pretend to be Julian while he fights to survive a tragic accident. It can save the company. Nobody will be the wiser. It'll be our secret.
I can play Dad's favorite. I'll do anything for Julian. And for my mother, who'll want for nothing.
But this double life comes with a beauty of a hitch: my very real feelings for Julian's fiancée, Isobel. Not only am I betraying Julian, I'm deceiving a woman I love. She doesn't suspect a thing. As lies compound, lines are crossed and loyalties tested, all I can ask myself is. . .what have I done?
Because sooner or later something's got to give. There's no way I'm giving up Isobel. But once the truth is exposed, it might not be my choice at all.