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A Selfish Moment

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Sometimes you just have to let yourself go.

Jubilee Ray wakes up Saturday morning in a strange bed with a handsome guy asleep at her side and no memory of how she got there. Everett Salerno wakes up ecstatic about the incredible night he spent with Jubilee. She can’t wait to get out of his apartment and he can’t wait to start their romance. Jubilee is a blackout drunk. Everett is drunk with love.

Their one-night-stand ends almost as quickly as it began, however fate has other plans in mind. In the next three days filled with impossible coincidences, humiliating moments, and mouthwatering recollections, Everett can’t find the right moment to express his intentions and Jubilee can’t let go of her past long enough to really give Everett a chance.

Neither Jubilee nor Everett can let go of that first night together. Was that one perfect evening a fluke, or was it a preview of something greater than they ever imagined?
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This book was amazing! I loved the characters, I loved the story. I found myself laughing out loud at times, and feeling love and anxiety... just a rollercoaster of emotions! I really got wrapped up in the book, couldn't put it down. Definitely A must read book!

— Amarohpets, Amazon Review

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Miranda had me captivated from the first page. You quickly sympathize with Jubilee and her fear to start up a new romance while rooting for Everett to capture her heart! The main characters are relatable and irresistible. There aren't many romance novels that truly show both POV and this was definitely a bonus for me! Definitely a great read and very much looking forward for more work from the author!

— Sandra Londono, Amazon Review

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I totally recommend this book. I couldn't put it down. I love how the characters met and the drama that followed. This book was fun, sad, and frustrating at times with Jubilee's hesitation in pursuing her heart. But the story had a wonderful ending. Read it! You won't be disappointed.

— Butterflies, Amazon Review