The Tough Love Groom by Taylor Hart

October 24, 2017 | 1 Comment
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The Tough Love Groom by Taylor HartThe Tough Love Groom
Author: Taylor Hart
Series: Texas Titans
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 229
Date: October 22, 2017
Publisher: ArchStone Ink

Texas Titan quarterback, Kade Kincaid, affectionately known by his fans as Zeus, doesn’t want to go to some stupid bachelor auction, and he really doesn’t want some newbie PR rep babysitting him, but a crazed, supermodel stalker won’t leave him alone and he needs someone to block for him.

Felicity Song has plans for her PR career, and babysitting a spoiled quarterback billionaire wasn’t one of them. When he demands she ‘fake’ buy him at the auction or risk losing her job, she takes the assignment with one demand, she will NOT go on a date with him. Too bad Zeus is as cocky as his namesake and won’t let her off the hook.

When she plans a perfectly horrible date full of activities Kade hates, she’s blindsided when he agrees to actually jump out of a plane with her and even more surprised when he kisses her. Good thing she slaps him and discovers… this Greek God’s flesh is just as fragile as any other mortal man.

When a tragedy strikes Felicity and Kade steps up to help her, she has to make a choice: lose her one shot at love…or do the one thing she’s told herself she would never do again.

This book is part of the Texas Titan Romances series by multiple authors. The individual books may be read in any order.


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About Taylor Hart

Taylor Hart is a best selling amazon contemporary romance author. Taylor has always been drawn to a good love triangle, hot chocolate and long conversations with new friends. Writing has always been a passion that has consumed her daydreams and forced her to sit in a trance for long hours, completely obsessed with people that don’t really exist.

One response to “The Tough Love Groom by Taylor Hart

  1. Maria

    I think that this is an enjoyable read. I think it is best read suspending reality a little bit. I think of it as a fairy tale ending. Ignore the fact that it isn’t likely realistic and take hold of the fact that it ends exactly how we want it to end. I enjoyed it.

    No sex or language
    Violence: some verbal abuse

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