The first time my husband kissed me... It took my breath away. It was our first date and we were just saying goodbye when he leaned in and pulled me toward him. With kisses like that, he was a date, I'd planned on seeing again.
Author Elsa Winckler's latest release KISSING CHARLIE features just such a memorable kiss. This time, it's between two opposites who never saw the instant attraction coming. Elsa's books are fun reads filled with comedic scenes and amazing characters. KISSING CHARLIE is the first in a trilogy of stories, although each is a stand alone with their own happy ending. Now available in ebook and print, KISSING CHARLIE will be a must have for fans of Zoe York or Sophie Kinsella. You won't want to put it down!
One Kiss Will Change Their Lives Forever
Bowen therapist Charlie Wilson is not interested in men or relationships. Her only concern is making sure her sister Lindsay is safe.
But then billionaire Logan Johnson walks into her rooms and stirs powerful feelings inside of her. Logan’s perfectly knotted tie is a clear indication free-spirit Charlie should steer clear of him at all costs.
They are complete opposites, so why does he keep coming back to see her?
It was only after he’d put on his jacket that it hit him: his mother was trying to set him up with the lovely therapist.
He’d been wracking his brain, trying to understand why his mother would send him to someone like Charlie Wilson. He’d been here for what felt like an eternity, but he was still in pain. What the hell the “technique” was, he still had no idea, but she’d barely touched his body. A few feather-like movements would be followed by her leaving the room, and each damn time he was left aching for more of her touch. This was no real therapy.
He cursed under his breath. Whatever she was doing, it was obviously utter nonsense and if his body hadn’t been so out of control, he would’ve caught on much earlier.
But now his brain cells had finally started working again, and it was clear as daylight what was going on here. His mother had figured he would fall for the lovely therapist, or whatever the hell she was, the minute he saw her.
He should have suspected something like this—his mother had been way too insistent. She wanted to see him married and settled. She wanted grandbabies, he was told regularly. But he never imagined she’d try and do something like this.
Just then the door opened and Charlie was back. And just as quickly, his body reacted to her again. With her nearby, there was no possibility of his body reaching a state of calm, as she’d so quaintly put it.
Fed up with the way his mother had conned him again, he tried counting silently to ten before he spoke, but he was still furious. “I’ve finally realized what’s going on here. You’re obviously in on the deal. So let me be perfectly clear—I’m not in the market for a wife. So this whole”—angrily, he motioned with his hand—“charade, was all in vain.”
Her eyes widened and she caught her breath before she burst out laughing. Stunned, he could only stare. She laughed with utter abandon. Her whole body took part—blue eyes twinkled, the bangles on her arms jingled, even her hair was bouncing merrily to the sound.
He gnashed his teeth. “It’s not funny.”
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