From USA Today bestselling author Natasha Madison comes a small town, surprise pregnancy romance.
Nothing says forever like two pink lines!
After my sisters’ disastrous weddings, I’m never going to get married.
I’ll just stay single forever.
It doesn’t matter that I’m in love with my brother’s best friend.
Or that Bennett and I shouldn’t even be friends with benefits.
Until the positive sign tells me I’m pregnant.
I fell in love with Presley when she was eighteen and asked me for a favor.
She didn’t want to go to college a virgin.
I said no, but she kissed me, and I was lost in her.
Years later, I’ll take her with any rules she gives me.
She thinks this is just a fling. She’s wrong.
Because she’s always been mine to love.
Presley has seen what happens when relationships don’t work, and she has been determined to avoid that future for herself. She doesn’t remember a time that Bennett hasn’t been part of her life not only because he is her brother’s best friend, but they have also shared a casual relationship for the last decade. She was content with the status quo however that may no longer be enough when two are about to become three.
Bennett has always loved Presley and that meant taking whatever she had to give. When he finds out they are expecting a baby a casual relationship is not longer enough. He is determined to show her that they will be together for now and always and that nothing including marriage could change how they feel about each other.
Presley is struggling between the future she had planned and the future she didn’t know she wanted. Bennett has always been so patient and understanding and he knows he can’t give up now when the life and life he has always wanted with Presley is withing his grasp.
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…