Just For Forever
Have you heard the one about the workaholic who decides she deserves a night of fun with a sexy stranger? It’s supposed to be a short story. Except one night of fun changes everything.
Owning and operating a bed and breakfast doesn’t leave me much time for men. Especially not men who aren’t from Winter Falls. Out-of-towners can’t be trusted. Trust me. I have the scars to prove it.
Then Cole Hawkins saunters into the Inn on Main. One look at him and I light my rulebook about men and out-of-towners on fire before hurling it out the window.
After Cole leaves town unexpectedly, I’m hell-bent on forgetting him and his adorable dimple until I discover our one night of passion has lasting consequences of the baby variety.
When Cole returns to Winter Falls and discovers I’m pregnant, he starts pushing for us to become a couple. Not so fast. Just because he’s the father of my baby doesn’t mean he’s suddenly trustworthy.
Can Cole convince me to give him a chance at forever or will our encounter always remain Just For Tonight?
This small town romantic comedy features a woman who defines the word stubborn, a man who’s not giving up on her and their baby not matter how stubborn she is, a not planned but most welcome pregnancy, a gaggle of sisters who want to try their hands at matchmaking, and a whole town full of hippies who think being called a busybody is a compliment.
Just For Forever is a standalone novel in the Winter Falls series.
My Forever Love – Aspen and Lyric’s story
Forever For You – Ashlyn and Rowan’s story
Just For Forever – Ellery and Cole’s story
Stay For Forever– Juniper and Maverick’s story
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“Sorry. I didn’t plan…” Her laughter edges toward hysterical as she rushes around picking clothes up off the bed and from the floor.
“I promise I’m not one of those romance movie heroines who couldn’t decide what to wear for her date,” she says as she opens the closet doors and tosses the pile of clothes in her hands inside.
I’m relieved to see her flustered. Now I know this whole evening wasn’t some type of practiced seduction on her part. I feel guilty for even thinking it could be. Ellery West is not a temptress. She’s a small-town innkeeper. A sexy as hell innkeeper.
She slams the door to the closet shut, but it doesn’t shut completely so she throws her body against the doors to get them to close.
I chuckle and she glares at me. “I’m not a slob.”
I smirk. “And there wasn’t a pile of dishes in your sink when I arrived either.”
“You weren’t supposed to notice.” How could I not notice? They were piled higher than the faucet. I cock an eyebrow and she huffs. “Fine. You were supposed to pretend to not notice.”
“Forget I said a word.”
She rolls her eyes and steps away from the closet. A loud thud sounds from behind her and she freezes. She waits for a few seconds but when no other sounds burst from the closet, she continues to me.