Not Just Friends by T. Gephart is now live!
A little harmless flirting never hurt anyone.
Presley, I screwed up, I’m sorry. You were vulnerable and I was supposed to be the good guy. Last thing I ever wanted to do was betray your trust, or worse, hurt you. I should never have even kissed you, let alone . . . yeah, well we both know how that ended. You’re my best friend’s sister for Christ’s sake, what was I even thinking? Clearly, I wasn’t. I’m so mad at myself, I want to break my own legs, save Tibbs the trouble. So yeah, I know this isn’t much of an apology, but I needed to make sure you’re okay. Let me know things are still cool between us or at least, what I can do to make it up to you. And it’s probably for the best if we keep this between just us. I swear on my mother, I’ll never touch you again.
Leighton, not sure who you thought you were with last night, but it wasn’t some vulnerable little girl who needs protecting. I assumed that was pretty clear when I took you to MY bed. Don’t pretend that last night wasn’t exactly what we both wanted. We’ve been flirting with each other for years, and I finally got tired of playing games. As for my brother, he doesn’t and will never have a say in who I invite into my life or body—not his business. But if you’re scared that’s your hang up not mine. So save your apology, and your good intentions, and don’t treat me like I’m a woman who didn’t know what she was doing. Oh, and tell your mother I said hi.
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/36MCOgG
Amazon WW: mybook.to/NotJF
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Audible: coming soon
“Best friends sister, 4 stars”
If a best friend’s sister rom-com is your jam then look no further. Not only that but Not Just Friends has a little suspense element to it that just kicked it up a notch. The chemistry between Leighton and Presley was undeniable. But when you throw in an overprotective brother and a crazy stalking ex how will the story end? Gephart weaved a tale that could very well be real. I was invested in the story and couldn’t wait to see where it went.