Bo and Ember by Andrea Randall
Book #4 in The November Blue Series
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Releases April 10th
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And they lived happily ever after …
That’s where the typical romance ends. For Bo and Ember Cavanaugh, however, the “I do’s” are just the beginning.
On the heels of a wildly successful tour with The Six, Bo and Ember are offered the musical opportunity of a lifetime. A cross-country move back to the Cavanaugh estate holds promises, old friends, and feelings they thought were long since buried.
In the middle of the whirlwind that is their professional life, Bo and Ember try to establish a solid and loving home. Life, though, doesn’t stay in the promises of “happily ever after.”
In the final installment of the November Blue series, excitement, temptation, loss, and the struggle over what love means forces the couple to strip it all away and focus on what it means to be soul mates, what it means to be married, and what it means to be …
Bo & Ember.
Bo and Regan leaned against the bar, casually talking as they sipped beer. I tugged Georgia’s arm.
“Come dance with me,” I said into her ear.
“I don’t dance,” she mused.
“You’re full of shit. I’ve seen you at our shows.”
Georgia could be counted on, at any show she attended, to get the crowd moving.
She grinned. “This is Sean Paul. You guys have a slightly different flavor.”
“Just come!” I laughed and she followed.
I caught Willow’s eye as she stepped to the front of the controls and took over the beats for the club. She grinned and started playing a mashup I knew she’d been working on in the studio. Rap and Reggae beats blared from the speakers.
Georgia and I worked our bodies to the beats, and I was jealous of the way her curves moved with each step she made. She exuded sensuality with a simple shift of her hips. Still, I used what I knew I had and let the music move me.
“Don’t turn around,” Georgia arched her eyebrow and looked over my shoulder, “but somebody’s liking the way you move.”
Thinking she was teasing me about Bo being behind me, I quickly whipped around. Biting my lip as sexily as possible, of course. I was nearly knocked backward by the shock that awaited me.
“Beckett?” My eyes bulged as I struggled to believe what I was looking at. Who.
“November Blue.” He grinned with the sly confidence he’d embodied since he was far too young to know what to do with it.
In the tick of a second I was tossed back to high school, and my first time.
Andrea is a 2005 graduate of Cornell University and does not currently use her degree in Development Sociology. She does, however, use her people skills and love for writing every day. She and her partner, Charles Sheehan-Miles, live and write together in Massachusetts.