I love romantic comedies and one of my favorites is the classic The Princess Bride. I even managed to squeeze a quote or two into the final book in my British Bad Boys series, Not So Happily Ever After! So for everyone who loves fun, shenanigans, and heroes who find it hard to say what exactly they mean (like Harry, from Cinderella and the Geek!) here’s the sweet and sexy lowdown on the shipping of Westley and Buttercup.
The smoldering look that says more than any words…
That moment when you realize the boy next door is so much more!
Finally, Buttercup opens her eyes!
And Westley is all…
But True Love never runs smoothly, and Buttercup fears that All is Lost!
But not for long!
The Princess and the Pirate seal their love with a kiss
Lots of kissing…
Just in case there’s any doubt — I always write kissing books!
And a happily-ever-after!
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I’m not looking for love or expecting to find Happily-Ever-After because I know how those stories really end. I just need to concentrate on my degree and look after myself. But there’s something about my boss, Harry, that I can’t resist. It’s crazy. He’s so hot and smart it should be illegal.
And then, just like Cinderella, I have my night at the ball and a midnight kiss, and for a week all my sexy daydreams come true. That fake date changes my life in a way I could never imagine. It turns out, Harry wants me too.
But I have my own dreams to pursue, and he’s taking his business to the next level. There’s no way this fairytale has a happy ending, but that doesn’t stop me from wishing for it.
Christina Phillips is an ex-pat Brit who now lives in sunny Western Australia with her high school sweetheart and their family. She enjoys writing paranormal, historical and contemporary romance where the stories sizzle and the heroine brings her hero to his knees. Christina is addicted to good coffee, expensive chocolate and bad boy heroes. She is also owned by three gorgeous cats who are convinced the universe revolves around their needs. They are not wrong. If you would like to know when her next book is available, sign up for her new release mailing list at her website – http://christinaphillips.com