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A five-night stopover in London lands Kassidy Moore in the path of secret billionaire and art extraordinaire, Jarett Evans. When their time is up, who is willing to risk it all for love? Kassidy: He charmed his way into my life in zero point five seconds. Accepting his offer to show me around the city was a no-brainer. Waking up in his bed more than once? It broke all my rules. Five nights with him was meant to be a safe option. Falling in love was never part of the plan. Jarett: My life changed for the better the moment I ran into her. The darkness began to fade and piece by piece she resurrected the remnants of my shattered heart. I would do anything to avoid saying goodbye…again. Until one selfish decision threatens to tear us apart forever. When Kassidy is offered a life-changing career opportunity, could it be fate? Or will it be the ruin of her happily ever after?
I wanted to focus on my career, and move up the ranks entirely on my own. Then I was talked into one little “business date” with my boss, and everything changed in a heartbeat. Or rather, a flutter of them. Watching my family had taught me the wrong way to do things, and I never wanted to follow their lead. Working as a junior researcher at Wentworth, Sudhir and Carols was a great step for my career, and I would never do anything as foolish as to fall for the most senior of the senior partners. Except that I did. I wanted Charles completely. My body and my brand new libido had formed a gang, and kicked my logical mind out. No woman can resist a man who cooks and packs lunch for her, no matter how strong her resolve. Charles was so passionate, almost obsessive, making it too hard to remember where lines should be drawn. Maybe there was a way that I could turn off this whirlwind of lust and love. Maybe there was a way to convince myself that feeling cared for is not as satisfying as being totally independent. Maybe.
One hatched plan…and a whole lotta romance. Maya Ray’s just been dumped. Noah Wynton’s just been dumped too. So while their exes bask in their new relationship, what do Maya Ray and Noah do? Hatch a plan, of course. The checklist: -Pretend to date. -Show up everywhere their exes do. -Get lovey-dovey as often as possible (shouldn’t be too difficult, with this chemistry!) -Prove they’re over their exes (except things are starting to snowball, and maybe those kisses aren’t so fake after all…) Maya Ray is convinced the best revenge is proving to her ex that she’s fine. With a plan like this in place, she’s sure to have more than her share of fun too. Now that Noah’s spending so much time with Maya Ray, he’s starting to realize things might not have been perfect with his ex. But how long can they possibly keep up this act? And with a whirlwind romance to fake, who has time for falling in love?
Zodiac: As President of the Celestial Sons MC, I’ve spent half of my life wishing on stars that I could take back the night Tess Wilkins walked out of my life. Hurting Tess was the biggest mistake I ever made, but I can’t take it back, nor remember anything about that night if I tried. Running my MC was the only thing that kept me going over the years, but now she’s suddenly home, and I’ll do anything to win her back, even if it means revealing the secret, I’ve been keeping from her for the last twenty years and ruining any chance I have of holding her again. Tess: For twenty years, I’ve avoided my hometown of Rising Star, Texas and all the memories and ghosts that I would rather leave buried there. Returning home wasn’t part of the plan, but when my grandmother suddenly fell ill, I knew I had no choice but to return home to care for her. What I didn’t anticipate was for all those ghosts I ran away from to find me the second I walked through the door, or for him to ride back into my life harboring a twenty-year secret that is even more devastating than the reason I left Rising Star in the first place.