Just One Glance 🥃 Now Available

Just One Glance by CA Harms is LIVE from Limitless Publishing! 

AVAILABLE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED: http://mybook.to/JOGBuy

The quiet one. Yep, that was me. The brother that rarely said anything and instead, stood back and observed. That is, until too much tequila and very little thought had me swinging my junk around in the middle of a crowded college party. Hell, I even wore tassels in areas tassels should never be placed. Let’s just say, the hashtag #dicksaswinging will follow me around forever. You may have heard it a time or two already.    In my defense, things like that happened all the time because I lived in more of a zoo than an actual fraternity house. It just never happened to me. Suffice to say, I learned my lesson. 

Seeing Ruby amidst all the chaos was certainly unexpected and it stopped everything around me. The room suddenly went quiet and everyone else disappeared. She stood out—the timid way she worried her hands and the way she looked around, almost as if she was ready to run away. 

As I got to know her, I realized she was nothing like the girls I normally dated. She was quiet, innocent, and sweet. She was the complete opposite of me and if I was a better man, I would walk away. But I’m not and I can’t. 

And to think, all it took was Just One Glance and everything changed.

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READ THE OH’ TEQUILA SERIES:
JUST ONE CHANCE #1 http://mybook.to/JOC
JUST ONE TASTE #2 http://mybook.to/JOTBuy
JUST ONE TOUCH #3http://mybook.to/JOT
JUST ONE KISS #4 http://mybook.to/JOK
JUST ONE GLANCE #5 http://mybook.to/JOGBuy

EXCERPT

“It’s the bathroom, you douche.” Again Eli did not look amused or forgiving.

“I was half asleep, and to my defense the bathroom door was unlocked. Who takes a shower and leaves a door unlocked? Especially around here!”

“So it’s Blake’s fault now.” Eli kicked his foot out and Corbin tried to scoot away. A grunt escaped him when he felt the kick.

That’s when the door came open and Blake walked out of the bathroom looking like Ralphie from Christmas Story. She wore a big pink fluffy onesie, leaving no part of her body uncovered. We all stopped and looked at her as she remained frozen in the now open bathroom doorway.

I had no doubt that Red bought her the atrocious outfit.

“Hey Ralphie,” the words were out before I could stop them and everyone around me laughed, except Eli. Oh, and Blake. 

MEET THE AUTHOR:

C.A. Harms is an avid romance and mystery reader. She’s always had a love for books, getting lost in writing and storytelling even as a young girl. She enjoys happy endings and HEA love stories.

She lives in Illinois and enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. She holds an addiction for Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha’s and KitKat when she should really be focusing on water and maybe a fruit or two to make herself feel less guilty, but that feeling quickly passes…thankfully.

She is easy going, fun, and although she may seem like one of the quiet ones at first, you just wait until she gets to know you better…that quietness changes, fast.

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🥃Review🥃
Jay has always been the one who was content to stand back and watch the antics of his friends until one night change everything. All of a sudden, he becomes an overnight sensation but the one good thing to come out of the whole situation was that it brough Ruby into his life.

Ruby has always done what her father has expected of her which has limited her experiences, but her friend is determined to help her spread her wings and try new adventures and that starts with Jay.

From the first time he saw her he knew that not only was she special but that she was his destiny and now he just needs to convince her. I really enjoyed seeing the evolution of Ruby’s character as with Jay’s support she became the woman she was meant to be.

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