Beth Chase is too busy planning perfect weddings to worry about the lack of action in her own love life. But if she was looking for a man, she wouldn’t be looking at Colin Pratt. Her boss swears that Best Man Colin is a quiet scholar and science fiction writer who couldn’t possibly cause a fuss at his own brother’s wedding. He’s clearly never met the man in question. Snarky, sexy and more than a little inebriated, Colin is the final obstacle between Beth and the last perfect wedding she needs to make partner. Of course, when she helps him into a taxi at the end of the night she has no idea that he’s only just begun to poke holes in her professional exterior. Colin might have the skills to seduce a romance professional, but can he convince her that he’s the best man to share her happy ever after?
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Love at first sight. It’s hard not to immediately brush off the possibility, isn’t it? But honestly, we make a lot of decisions almost immediately after meeting a potential partner. You either find the other person attractive or you don’t. You like their voice. Or you don’t. They smell good or… not. You pick up dozens of little signals from their body language that give you the impression they are confident, shy, intelligent, funny, or aggressive. Whatever comes later, those first few moments are the foundation. The person you’re meeting either seems like a person you could love or they don’t.
In my new romantic novella, The Best Man, Colin Pratt falls hard and fast for the planner at his brother’s wedding. Unfortunately, he doesn’t make as good an impression on her.
It’s hard to change first impressions, but he’s going to give it a try.
How about you? Do you believe in love at first sight or is that instant attraction nothing more than hormones? Has it ever happened to you? Do you wish it would? Come chat with me in the comments. I can’t wait to hear what you all think.
Ana lives just outside Washington DC with her very supportive husband and three rather demanding cats. She loves the ocean, Indian food, IKEA, and cooking. Ana admits to watching too much television and she swears that someday she’s going to learn how to play the guitar resting on the bookshelf in her office.
Mr. Right, a free novella by Ana Blaze, is available now at Smashwords
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********* GIVEAWAY ********
One lucky reader will win The Best Man ebook and a goodiepack to share with the best man or woman in their life. The pack contains candles, Godiva chocolate, Tuscan lavender soap, Sensual Massage Oil from The Body Shop and two lip treatments from The Body Shop. It will come packaged in a pretty photo box.