Valentine’s Dates by Rhian Cahill

Valentine’s Day sucks.

Seriously, it sucks. If you’re in a relationship there’s pressure to do something, and if you’re not there’s panic and anger about having to hide like a vampire on February 14th.

Valentine’s day is especially irritating if you’re over dating…or if your name is Valentine.

She’s done with the dating scene. He wants a lifetime of Valentine’s Dates.

Valentines DatesBrent had his chance to be Valentine’s date and he blew it. But loving his best friend’s little sister from afar isn’t working. When she calls him in tears Brent’s only choice is to come to her rescue. And now that he’s got her safe in his arms he’s going to make sure she stays there.

It doesn’t matter how much Vee tries to convince herself her feelings for Brent were destroyed years ago. He is still the first person she calls when she needs help. Breaking down in his arms wasn’t part of the plan. Neither was kissing him.

Forced to face their past, Brent and Vee must forgive each other – and themselves – if there’s any hope for the love still burning between them.



One Response to “Valentine’s Dates by Rhian Cahill”

  1. Love the cover, trying to figure out if she’s jumping or he’s lifted her up.

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