Marrying My Best Friend’s BFF by Alexis Winter
I’m THAT guy… The one that rejected his best friend and broke her heart on national television. Then secretly fell in love with HER best friend, got her pregnant...and took off. Before you write me off and think I’m just another heartless dick, My best friend got her happily ever after….with my brother no less. First, they introduced me to Riley. And when I tell you she’s got IT, I’m talking knock you on your ass, wipe the drool off your chin IT. Spontaneous, confident, long tan legs I want to wrap around my head and a mouth I can’t seem to resist. And then, they dropped the hammer. “I’m only going to say this once, so pay attention. Riley is off limits.” You’ve got to be f-ing kidding me. You think I listened? Hell, I tried to be good…but God knows I’ve been so bad. They all think I’m still just the same player I’ve always been. But my days of breaking hearts are over. This time, I don’t want another catch and release—I want forever. My future with Riley is all that matters and I only have one chance to make things right. I’ll do everything in my power to make sure this epic love story of ours, that seems to be written in the stars, goes down in the history books as one of the greatest of all time. Now if I can just convince this tenacious woman I’m worth a damn chance.
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