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Maybe for You

She’s never had a no-strings fling. He’s never had anything else. But maybe this time will be an exception?

After a year of mourning her fiancé, Alexis Parker has worked hard to rediscover what she wants out of life. Fresh out of the military and back stateside, her brother offers her a marketing job at the Stag Distillery. Ready for a new challenge, Alexis agrees to accompany her new co-worker Jake Cooper on a Stag cross-country promotional tour. He may have an infamous playboy reputation, but Alexis is surprised to find out that there is more to him than meets the eye. And she likes what she sees. . .

Jake promised Alexis’s brother that he’d be an absolute gentleman. Of course, that was before he and Alexis hit the road, and they both agree that what Alexis’s big brother doesn’t know won’t hurt him. The plan: to keep their fling confined to the RV, and everything will go back to normal once they head home. Things progress in ways neither of them could have imagined, and Jake realizes that he and Alexis make a perfect mix. Can he convince her that he’s ready to shake things up and give true love a shot in Maybe for You?

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Fly Girl’s Review:

This one really surprised me.  And lately I haven’t been sure that could happen.  This friends to lovers tale doesn’t go the way you might think, there is one big ‘ole twist right in the middle.  Of course I’m not giving any spoilers, so keep reading.

The first half, I thought, there is a lot of pages left for what I already feel like is a complete love story, or maybe just a few more pages to finish it up.  But no, she throws in this curve ball from hell–maybe heart–I’m not sure where it came from, but it really made me want to keep reading.  The two characters in this one have a lot to deal with, death, self confidence, age differences.  I’m sure the list is longer but those are the biggest ones I think.  Nicole deals with all of them in very good ways that feel like reality and not HEA land.  She shows how working through your struggles can make you a better person and more aware of who you are.  It also makes you better for the people around you.

There are a couple of things I wasn’t so crazy about though:  1.  You should never, I mean never, read someones private journal, no matter the circumstances.  2.  If you are an adult, why are you hiding things from your family?  Ok, my two peeves for this book.  Onto the reading recommendation:  if anyone you know has dealt with the death of a partner, this one may cause some triggers.  The personal development of the two characters it truly swoon worthy though if you can handle it.  I loved Jake and Alexis’ story so much.  This one will stay with me for a while so, of course, it gets a 5 of 5 from me.  This writer is definitely on my want to read list.  I loved her style.

5 of 5 Propllers

To catch upon the series, check these ones out.

Maybe I Do  Amazon

Maybe This Time  Amazon

Nicole McLaughlin

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Nicole wrote her first full length book (6 pages) about the birth of her baby sister, when she was eight years old. She only finished it because her mother bribed her with a Rick Astley cassette tape. Sad, but true. Now her characters are what keep her writing and her subject matter has gotten a little bit deeper and  a lot more romantic. She resides in a small town outside of Kansas City with her husband and three sons. When she isn’t writing, she’s a wedding and portrait photographer, loves to cook, and watch historical dramas or documentaries.

Represented by Sarah E. Younger at the Nancy Yost Literary Agency.