A sexy standalone second chance romance between a single dad athlete and the woman who got away!
Things that suck on my wedding day -- walking in on my groom kissing another woman twenty minutes before the ceremony.
Things that suck worse? The woman he’s kissing is my mom
I head straight for the bowling alley bar down the street, and ask for a double. And in walks a sinfully sexy, deliciously charming local football hero -- Harlan Taylor.
Here’s what doesn’t suck on my wedding day -- a one-night stand with this hunk of a man.
In the morning, he asks if I want to get together again. More rebound nookie to take my mind off getting stabbed in the back? Yes please!
But then, I learn his football team just hired my yoga studio to teach downward facing dog to the entire roster, with me giving special one-on-one instruction in flexibility to Harlan. That makes the O-delivering hottie officially off limits.
Trouble is, the more time I spend working with the sexy single dad who dotes on his daughter, the more I’m feeling all the things far too soon.
And there’s just no way we can work.
A Wild Card Kiss is a sexy, flirty sports romance featuring a charming, pie-baking, single dad who's never forgotten the red-hot kiss he planted on the feisty, sassy blonde one night years ago and a jilted bride heroine determined to move on from heartbreak. This story contains sexy times that can cure getting-left-at-the-altar blues, and heart-tugging swoony romance that’ll melt the most jaded hearts.
Cotton candy sweet
Oh my gracious Harlan has got to be the sweetest man and the best daddy ever. I love his adoration for his daughter Abby. Everything he does with her is perfect. The journey that Harlan and Katie went on was an epic love story that spawned years. It proves that fate and patience always wins out. These two are one of my favorite couples. Until next time y’all happy reading.
A wild card Kiss
Ohmigod!! Absolutely loved it.. read straight through from front to back.. so good
Best of the best
Best book I’ve read in a long time. Which they were longer only downfall. Kept me on my toes and definitely hit all the romance places and more of a realistic way.