Series: Dating #1
Determined to have fun with friends, she stops at a local store for
school boyfriend, Brennan McLean. He’s a rockstar. She’s a nurse. To say
life led them in different directions would be putting it mildly. Still, time
hasn’t lessened the electric chemistry between them. By the end of the night
more was dropping than just the ball.
faster than champagne bubbles.
With media rumors swirling around Brennan, can the pair find a way to make their unlikely relationship work? Or will Natalie’s resolution not to get her heart broken
meet a painful end?
the floors and another man standing by the beer, looking at the different
brands. He’s just as bundled up as I am.
I try to look at the selection in front of the man, but I don’t want to invade
his space so I stick to what’s in front of me. Callum likes different types of
beer and not the usual Budweiser or Corona. That’s what makes this so
difficult. He always picks out unusual flavors. One time, he had a fixation on
a peanut butter and jelly beer. I tried it and it really did have a peanut
different specialty beers. The man beside me tenses as if he’s standing beside
a lunatic talking to herself. Oh wait, I was. I’m pretty sure it’s
not the craziest thing he’ll be witnessing tonight.
Callum’s just going to have to deal with what I get. I open my eyes and look at
what I picked. One is an apple cider beer and the other is an IPA.
because it’s hidden by the hood of his coat. “I am so sorry to bother you, but
have you by any chance tried any of these? I just want to know if they’re good
scared him. He doesn’t move or reply, which is strange and makes me regret
asking him in the first place. Now, all I want to do is get away from him. But
everything changes when his face comes into view.
familiar brown eyes meet mine and it’s as if everything around me disappears.
“Oh my God,” I whisper, trying to catch my breath. My arms go weak and I can
feel the beers slipping from my grasp, but the man in front of me saves them.
my eyes. “I thought I was imagining things when I heard your voice.”
him. Brennan McLean. I knew him as my high school boyfriend, but
the world knows him as a superstar. I never thought I’d see him again,
certainly not after he rose to fame. Letting him go all those years ago was the
hardest thing I’ve ever done.
author L. P. Dover is a southern belle living in North Carolina with her husband and
two beautiful girls. Before she began her literary journey she worked in
periodontics, enjoying the wonderment of dental surgeries.
hikes, and has a passion for singing. Her youngest daughter, who she’s also
written a children’s book with, expects a concert each and every night before
bedtime, usually Christmas carols.
including a children’s book with her youngest daughter, but her favorite to
write is romantic suspense. However, she has found a new passion in romantic
comedy, especially involving sexy golfers. Who knew the sport could be so dirty
and fun to write about.