The Morning After
Can there really be love at first sight?
Abigail Martin doesn’t think so, unless the sexy redheaded stranger she wakes up with the morning after her best friend’s wedding is telling the truth.
Bobby Stockwood fell cowboy-hat-over-boot-heels for the brown-haired beauty, and married her in an impromptu wedding ceremony. Now he just has to convince his new bride that the morning after can be the first day of the rest of their lives.
But just when Abigail starts believing the fairy-tale is real, she finds out exactly who Bobby is, and the walls of make-believe start crumbling down.
RT REVIEWS 4 Star Rating July 2012
There is only one word to describe this novella — adorable! While readers miss the couple’s “meet cute” the truth is that we don’t need to know what happened the first night they met because Abby and Bobby’s entire relationship is heartmeltingly sweet. This is a morning after that readers will not regret one bit.
Coffee Time Romance Reviews 5 Cups July 2012
This is a really fun read that is based on falling in love at first sight. Abigail and Bobby are extremely likeable characters and they have great attraction between them. The western setting is realistic and adds strength to the storyline. The story flows very naturally and is well-paced; I even held my breath towards the climatic scenes near the end. I heartily recommend this book.
Rating: 5 Hearts, THE ROMANCE REVIEWS, November 2012
…tight-knit characters that really grab hold without letting go. The chemistry they share is wonderfully written and the dialogue great. …delicious story of love, romance and discovery. …storytelling is simply divine. She makes falling in love at first sight truly real in every sense of the word. A recommended read by far.
Rating: 4 Stars, YOU GOTTA READ REVIEWS, October 2012
“The Morning After” was a very pleasant surprise. Sexy, spontaneous, and fun, the plot is down to earth with lovable characters, romantic sex scenes and a heartwarming happily ever after. The story is well written and highly entertaining.
Rating: 4 Stars, READERS FAVORITE BOOK REVIEWS, November 2012
I was hooked from the first page and stayed up late into the night to finish. I highly recommend "The Morning After" to all women, young and old, who enjoy a good old-fashioned happy ending love-ever-after, make you feel good book.
The man rolled to his back, kicking off covers.
Abigail gasped. Her gentleman visitor wore only a bow tie and black socks.
She crept to the edge of the bed. His face was turned away, further hidden by red curls hanging down the nape of his neck and onto his cheek. A visual sweep of the attractive body brought a smile to her face when she paused on his more than ample endowments. A true redhead. An encounter of this magnitude should be easy to remember.
Abigail smiled in spite of her throbbing temples. Inching closer, he nudged his boots aside with her foot and leaned over to see his face. Mmm. He smelled good, like rich leather and fresh cut wood. As she bent to get a closer look, Kirby, her sixteen pound Siamese cat, entered her room and announced his hunger.
The visitor stirred, grasped her arm, drawing her down across his hips.
He rose up on his elbows and looked at her. “So, Abby, you’re a morning person, are you?”
Abigail launched off the bed, trying not to come into contact with anymore of the warm body than she already had. Tripping over the boots, she ended up sprawled on the floor. “Who…” She gulped. “Who the hell are you?”