"One kiss can change everything."
Fun and flirty Monica Stevens lives for food, fashion, and boys ... in that order. The last thing she wants to take seriously is dating.
When a night of flirty banter with Seattle's hottest NFL quarterback turns passionate, her care-free life could be at risk.
Seattle's most eligible bachelor, Zachary Ryan, is a Southern Gentleman at heart, a star NFL quarterback, and an undercover entrepreneur.
He's also addicted to the flirty office assistant with a sassy mouth--and not just because she tastes like chocolate and strawberries. She's the perfect distraction from the daily grind.
As their connection grows, Monica knows it's time to let go. If only she could.
To have a future, we must first deal with our pasts. But what if the two are connected?
Love Zach and Monica
Monica works at Bellcurve and they help represent Zach who is a quarterback. Zach and Monica are always flirty and laughing , she gives him a hard time. One kiss and the chemistry goes through the roof. Zach wants more but Monica keeps pushing him away but he won’t go. Monica has some issues she needs to work on and Zach wants to be there for her. Can she let the past go so she can have a future with him ?? Great characters and storyline. Highly recommended. Amazing book
Emotional, Angsty Read
I was so excited to see this book. First of all, I adored Up in the Treehouse. Secondly, the cover is just AMAZING. Be prepared to buckle down, this book is long. This book is about Monica and Zach who we first met in the Up in the Treehouse. Zach is a professional football player and Monica works at the PR firm that he uses. I started this book on a Sunday and if I read during the week, it takes longer as work, kids and life impede my reading and most nights I fall asleep with my kindle. It was no different here. I won't lie. At first Monica was getting on my nerves. Her indifference to starting a relationship with Zach who adored her started to wear on me. But as the story unravels.... you finally hit a point where BAM!!! You totally get it. It feels like you got hit with a baseball bat and everything suddenly makes sense. I actually got to work late at that point because I.couldn't.put.it.down. I actually got teary eyed at certain points during this book. KK Allen is masterful at the way she rolls out a story. Keep in mind this is a slooooooooow burn story, but so worth it!! It can totally be read as a standalone but you should read Up in the Treehouse first because it is an absolutely amazing story.