* * * A USA TODAY best-seller * * *
Being a single dad who’s now loved and lost twice in his life, all Brian’s currently looking for is something casual and simple for a change. Unfortunately, being the nice guy poster boy and all, he isn't exactly versed in the fine art of flings. So he looks to the unique and outrageously button-pushing Tessa for a crash course. There's absolutely no way he's falling in love with this one...right?
Tessa has no idea why she told the ridiculously handsome man who couldn't be more wrong for her that she was some sort of fling expert. She's never been flung before and she sure as heck doesn't know how to begin flinging a guy like him. Not only does Brian have as many demons as she does, but worst of all, he's got her thinking of the one thing she stopped hoping for years ago.
...A happily ever after.
“Emotionally charged with wonderful characters, Violet Duke made me laugh and cry in this incredible romance. One of the best I’ve read this year.” -- NYT Bestselling Author J.S. Scott
"Refreshing, engaging, sweet, and spunky all at the same time. This book tugs at your heartstrings in those oh-so-sweet ways...definitely a keeper!" -- The Naughty Vixen Blog
"I love the way Violet weaves real life into her fictional characters, and I applaud her for tackling issues most authors wouldn't think of using in a romance book." -- Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
The ‘other brother's happily ever after’…the standalone spin-off novel (no cliffhanger) to the Sullivan Brothers "Nice Girl Trilogy” that began the New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling CAN'T RESIST series.
THE CAN'T RESIST SERIES:
BOOK 1: RESISTING the Bad Boy*
BOOK 2: FALLING for the Good Guy*
BOOK 3: CHOOSING the Right Man*
BOOK 4: FINDING the Right Girl
*Also available as a three-book bundle -- the Nice Girl trilogy boxed set
Finding the Right Girl
Brian and Tessa’s story was perfect for the Brothers ending.
Finding the right girl
I just love the fun her books give me. I laugh and I cry. They make me feel good!
I do have a comment editorially speaking...chapter 19 when they get to her apartment and start loosing clothes on the way to the bedroom...they get to the bedroom, and reads as if the clothes are coming off starting at "square one," therefore, it should be rewritten. I find a few words here and there in her other books... don't get me wrong, I love here books, but if she needs someone to proofread here books, just let me know!!! (Don't go by how I write, but I'm good at proofreading!)