Blame it on the Vodka by Fiona Cole is now live!
Waking up beside my best friend after a crazy night in Vegas is nothing new.
However, waking up wearing nothing but two shiny, matching wedding rings is.
For the girl who promised to never settle down, it’s her worst nightmare.
For me, it’s a dream come true.
I’ve wanted Raelynn Vos since she first propositioned me at a frat party. I, of course, turned her down, knowing I’d need more than a one night stand. Nothing less than forever would do.
She’s fierce and determined, but I’m more determined than she could ever be.
When fate forces us to pretend our marriage is real, I use every second to prove I’m the perfect man to tame her wildness.
In fact, by the end of our charade, I’ll have her begging for it.
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Fiona Cole is a military wife and a stay at home mom with degrees in biology and chemistry. As much as she loved science, she decided to postpone her career to stay at home with her two little girls, and immersed herself in the world of books until finally deciding to write her own.
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Rae may come across as sassy and strong but that is only part of who she is. Her past has shaped her into the woman she has become and wants nothing to do with love or commitment. All it would take is a trip to Vegas with her best friend Austin to turn her world upside down as a little too much vodka and a little too much fun result in a marriage she just wants to pretend never happened.
Austin was smitten by Rae the moment he met her however she only wanted a fling so he chose friends instead. An impromptu marriage is a dream come true and now he just needs to convince her that it isn’t a mistake to be corrected but the beginning of a forever that was always destined to be.
Austin was swoony as he was determined to show Rae that he is everything she didn’t know she was looking for and the chemistry between them radiates off the pages.