Monday, November 18, 2019

Release + Review - A Billion Times No - Kenzie Reed


A Billion Times No by Kenzie Reed is available now!! #OneClick today!

His nickname’s Sexy Satan.
For the past three years I’ve called him boss.
So why is he telling everyone that he’s my boyfriend?
Working for Chase Lancaster was supposed to catapult my marketing career. Instead, I’m trapped in personal assistant hell. His hobbies include barking orders, torpedoing my advertising campaigns, and reducing the office staff to tears.

On a good day, he acts like I’m invisible. On a bad day, I remind myself arsenic is not an acceptable sweetener for coffee. And prison orange would be murder on my complexion.

Imagine my surprise when Chase follows me home to Bitter End, North Carolina, where I’m about to endure my ex-fiancé’s wedding.

The moment he chases off my date and offers to pose as my boyfriend, I know he's got a hidden agenda—especially when he plays the part a little too convincingly. Unfortunately, I have to play along to find out what he’s really up to.

To satisfy the town gossip squad, I’ll have to let him kiss me. Who knew Satan’s lips were so soft and inviting? And if we’re really playing the part, we’ll have to go to Lover’s Lane – testing my willpower beyond its limits.
The more time we spend together outside the office, though, the more I see a different side of him. He’s still bossy and demanding, but is it wrong that I find it kind of, well … hot?
This wedding is bound to be hell, so I might as well spend it in the arms of a sexy dev

Jennifer's Review 

Caught me by surprise! A Billion Times No was a great novel that sucked me in. I don't normally read this trope, but the blurb just made me want to read it. I was not disappointed. This is a stand-alone book.

This book has humor and romance, but also a bit of mystery. It definitely kept me guessing what was up. I hate to admit I was even wrong at times. With that being said I loved the characters and the heat between them. I was not so sure about this book in the beginning, but it quickly grew on me.

I enjoyed the writing style of this book. It is steady paced. Its told from a dual point of view. My only complaint would be I wish we had more from our male pov. I feel like it couldve really enhanced the story at time to hear from him. 

In conclusion, I enjoyed this book. I would not be opposed to reading it again. I would recommend this book to others.

Ratings: Plot: 5/5 Characters: 5/5 Heat: 5/5 Writing Style: 5/5 Overall: 5/5


I’m two seconds away from bursting into tears when Chase slings his arm around my shoulders. I stiffen in shock—and something else. A strange heat floods my body, making me shiver.
He pulls me in close and leans down as if he’s about to whisper something sweet and romantic in my ear. “Relax, you moron. Do you want to sell this, or what? I’m your wedding date, not your kidnapper.”
My wedding date? He’d do that for me?
I’m completely discombobulated by this sudden turn of events, and the feeling of his warm breath on my ear, and his muscular arm wrapped tightly around my shoulders. And I still have no damned idea why he’s in Bitter End.


I'm a life-long reader of romance, and cut my teeth on Jennifer Crusie books (they were chewy, but flavorful.) I take in rescue dogs, and I've never met a dog I didn't want to add to my pack. I love a good rom com, whether it be in the form of screwball comedy movies from the 1930s, modern day Katherine Heigl/Meg Ryan/Reese Witherspoon/ et cetera laugh-fests, or books by my many favorite authors. I love to hear from readers, so please stop on by or and say hey!


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