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The Dare Encounters has been out for a few weeks and I’ve heard a lot of positive things about it. I’m currently working on the sequel, well with everything else I’m currently working on but I wanted to post the links to where you can find it.

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/chance-ella-grey/1114973121?ean=2940044401310
Allromanceebooks: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-chance-1146398-149.html
Evernight Publishing: http://www.evernightpublishing.com/chance-by-ella-grey/
Kobo: http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Chance/book-bz_866NAe0KyyX_2MnxTlA/page1.html?s=JXeOrShj9Ea3tVLPM2Gotw&r=2

Blurb

Jessica Tennyson has a poor excuse for a life, still in her twenties and working in a library. Too scared to live life and face rejection. She only goes out once a month to a restaurant with her best friend. When her friend cancels on her, the good-looking waiter Ben takes it on himself to entertain her. Ben Worthington likes to play and he’s about to tempt Jessica into playing a game that will help them both. If he’s not careful he could end up losing his heart to the beautiful blonde.

Excerpt

She hadn’t even read the menu yet. She closed it and looked up at him. “I really don’t have a clue. Do you have any suggestions?” It didn’t seem to matter that this wasn’t the first time that she’d eaten here. After a few minutes talking to Ben, her mind had gone completely blank.

“I’ve got a few.” There was no mistaking that grin. Ben wasn’t talking about food and Jessica’s heart picked up its pace.

“I was talking about the food.”

“So was I.” He tried to look innocent but Jessica doubted that Ben had ever been innocent in his entire life. “Do you trust me?”

The conversation had changed so quickly it took Jessica a few seconds to reply. “Excuse me?”

“I’ll take care of the food. All you have to do is enjoy it.” As he reached down to pick up the menu, his fingers brushed her hand. Jessica would have thought it was unintentional if his fingers hadn’t lingered, leaving no doubt in her mind he’d touched her deliberately.

“If you keep touching me, I’m going to forget how to breathe.” The words were out of her mouth before she could stop them. Ben grinned at her and picked up the menu.

“I’ll have to remember that.”

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