Casual Encounter: The Complete Series Box Set
My wedding day was supposed to be the happiest day of my life. Instead, my heart was shattered into a million pieces.
When twenty-five year-old Bree Gamble was left at the altar by her long-time boyfriend, she’d no idea where to go from there. Her friends is now trying to help by setting her up on blind dates, telling her she needs a casual encounter to move on.
When a mysterious stranger comes to her rescue from a disastrous date from hell, Bree thinks that maybe she’s met the one person who can help heal her broken heart. What she doesn’t know is that her handsome hero isn’t the white knight she imagines.
I absolutely love this series. M.S Parker did not disappoint with this series. Cade and Aubree and how they meet kept me wanting more. The chemistry between them was scorching hot. Amazing series by an amazing author.
Love her style of writing, easy and smooth. will continue to follow further books.
-Stephanie Shulz, Amazon.co.uk
Everything was perfect.
My wedding dress was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen. I’d fallen in love with it the moment I’d first seen it at the bridal store and everyone said it was made for me. The only one, of course, who hadn’t given an opinion was Ronald, but everyone assured me that he’d love me in it.
As I stood at the back of the church, watching my bridesmaids make the slow walk up the aisle, their royal purple dresses shimmering, I hoped everyone was right. I wanted today to be the most special day of my life. I was marrying the man I loved and I’d remember this day forever.
Then came the wedding march and my dad gave me a supportive smile. We started down the aisle and the audience stood. All eyes were on me, but… no one was smiling. In fact, the expression on every face – my friends, my family, my co-workers – was one of pity. I didn’t understand. What was wrong?
I was halfway toward the front when I looked up. My bridesmaids were all there, lined up in order. My two closest friends, my sister-in-law and my cousin. Their face held pity as well. I looked to my right. The groomsmen were all there, including my brother, but I didn’t see Ronald anywhere.