“Father, Son, and the Holy CrossFit…he’s ripped!” – Susie Posey

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This is my new favorite author for romance. Adora Crooks is a very talented author!! Strong writing, awesome plot, witty and fun dialogue.”

She’s a wedding planner with her career on the line. He’s the best man determined to break up the engagement before the couple says their vows. It’s a battle to the final “I do.”

Tropes include:

  • Enemies to Lovers
  • Billionaire Book Boyfriend
  • Sassy Heroine
  • Grumpy / Sunshine Romance
  • Forced Proximity
  • Accidentally Dating the “Boss”

The Best Man Wins (A Steamy Grumpy/Sunshine Romantic Comedy)

It’s a battle to the final I do…

He was supposed to be a simple one-night-stand to get over my ex.

He ticked all the boxes: smoking hot stranger, eyes as dark as his sense of humor, and no strings attached. He took me up to his room and made me forget all about my heartbreak.

But when my wedding planning company assigns me my next case, I find myself face-to-face with my hot stranger yet again.

His name? Braxton West.
His role? The groom’s best man.
His mission? To break up the couple before they say their vows.

A billionaire like Braxton West, I’m sure, is used to getting what he wants.

But he’s going to have to get cozy with failure, because I won’t let anything or anyone ruin this perfect wedding.

Even if he is making it hard to tear my eyes away from his bulging…biceps…

Can I keep this wedding on track…and stop myself from falling victim to a Braxton distraction…?

What readers are saying…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was an enjoyable romantic comedy about a gruff, alpha yet not too obnoxiously alpha, guy and a wedding planner who was left at the altar at her own wedding.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This is my new favorite author for romance.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was funny, sweet, hot and I couldn’t put it down. The characters were great.”

Bonus Content:

Pinterest Board: I use Pinterest Boards constantly while writing. Usually, I’ll split my screen between one of my inspiration boards and my writing document. It helps me to get into the mood of the story.