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Summer Rendezvous with my Best Friend's Dad

Summer Rendezvous with my Best Friend's Dad

by Serenity Raine

FBT review:

Welcome to the captivating world of "Summer Rendezvous with my Best Friend's Dad" by Serenity Raine. This contemporary indie book is filled with irresistible charm and forbidden desire that will keep you hooked from start to finish.

Follow the story of a young woman who returns home for the summer, only to find herself crushing on her best friend's divorced father. He's a man in uniform, oozing authority and muscle, making it impossible for her to resist. What starts as a heated kiss soon turns into a passionate summer fling that changes her whole future.

But when she discovers she is pregnant, she wrestles with the decision of whether or not to tell him. Dive into the emotional turmoil and uncertainties as the protagonist navigates her unexpected journey of love, desire, and unexpected consequences.

If you are a fan of indie book titles and enjoy stories with forbidden romance and unexpected twists, "Summer Rendezvous with my Best Friend's Dad" is a must-read. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of emotions as you delve into Serenity Raine's captivating world. Pick up your copy today on!

Publisher Description:

As a man in uniform he was captivating.  But it's what's under his uniform that was irresistible... 
I couldn’t wait to see my bestie while I was home for the summer.  
I threw on a scandalous short romper for a night on the town.
I knew I shouldn’t crush on her dad.
A man in uniform with authority and muscles that could flip me upside down. 
Now that he’s divorced, my thighs tremble at the sight of him.
The perks of being with Mason include his 20 year unlimited experienced platinum card. 
No words were spoken that night, his eyes said enough. 
A heated kiss led to our summer fling that altered my whole future.
My pregnancy test was positive and it was the only time I wished I had failed a test.
I am nauseated at the thought of telling him or do I even tell him…

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