You Make It Easy: Love in Everton, 5

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Opposites attract

Bookworm heroine

Confident & sexy rancher

Delicious slow burn

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Synopsis:

He’s the kind of trouble she should stay away from, but for once, she doesn’t want to follow the rules. 

I’ve never cared to settle down. Living the bachelor life is perfect for me. But when my sister’s best friend seeks dating advice, I realize I want a chance at something I never thought I’d need—love. With her. 

I’m determined to make Abbie believe she’s the only one for me. Being with her makes the world feel right. When my playboy reputation is thrown in her face, it chips away at her insecurities. 

I can’t make her see what I do, but I’m determined to reconcile with my past before the heartbreaker is left heartbroken.

You Make It Easy is a heartfelt romance novel. If you like feel-good romance, rugged sexy heroes, and best friend’s older brother romance, then you’ll love Fabiola Francisco’s swoon worthy novel. 

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Sneak Peek:

“It drives me crazy that you always wear shorts. I’m going to hate winter when it rolls around, and you have to cover up your perfect legs. Gonna have to find a way to keep you indoors and warm enough that you’ll want to be in nothing but underwear.” Finn runs his fingers back and forth on my thigh as he drives.  

I always thought my jean shorts and tee shirts were normal and kinda lame, but he makes them feel sexy. He makes everything sexier, more playful, and hotter. 

I reach for his hand and turn it over, following the lines on his palm with my finger. Finn’s hand twitches. 

“That tickles,” he chuckles. I ignore him and continue running paths along his strong hand. Lifting it, I drop a kiss on his palm. The smack of my lips against his skin is the only sound in the cab. 

“If you keep that up, we’ll barely make it to the house.” 

I look at him out of the corner of my eye and smirk. “Maybe that’s my plan.” 

“And you say I’m trouble,” he snickers, keeping his eyes on the road.  

“I’m learning from the best,” I toss out in jest. 

©Fabiola Francisco, unedited & subject to change

 

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