Weddings are a stressful time. Everyone wants to have a perfect time. But what happens when things go to hell? Not between the bride and groom but between the best man and the maid of honor.
KJ Holliday writes amazing rom coms where the characters are snarky and funny. Every word sizzles between the main characters as they fight their attraction. Now available in ebook and print, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT is the second book in the Executive Series but can be read as a stand alone. If you love a great romance with amazing characters, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT is for you!!
What happens when the Best Man is actually the Worst?
Katherine Pearson didn’t believe in love. Not really. Not after the childhood she had. However, she’d forever support her best friend Caroline by agreeing to be the Maid of Honor. It was unfortunate that the Best Man happened to be Eric Bowman, Colton’s stiff lipped, strait-laced, and incredibly sexy older brother. The very same man Katherine happened to have had an almost one-night stand with a year earlier.
Eric is the exact opposite of Kat in every way shape and form. It will take a miracle for either of them to make it through the weeklong destination-wedding extravaganza without throttling one another. So why does Katherine elect herself as Eric’s champion when she overhears his ex-wife conspiring against him?
In less than 24 hours, the man she swore she’d forever despise became her best man, her fake fiancé, and a royal pain in her neck. Katherine needed to prepare herself, because she was about to endure the destination wedding from hell.
She expected him to balk, to deny it. To tell her quite plainly he’d be insane to be jealous over something so crass. What he did was stare at her, and then stare at her some more. Until the moment stretched on too long and the uncomfortable urge to shift under his gaze nearly overtook her. Irritation ignited anew. He shouldn’t be here making her uncomfortable—he didn’t deserve that power. She opened her mouth to tell him to first go to hell and then get out of her room.
“Get—” was all she managed to say before Eric surged forward, his hand coming up to either side of her face, and his mouth descended to hers.
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