Michelle Seaborne is shocked when she finds out she's been tapped to mix Alexander Trent's new classical album. The shock isn't because he's a big rock star now playing classical piano, it's because he is her dream man. The man who turns that first kiss into something more and always remembers her. Problem is, Alexander doesn't remember Michelle. So when she catches him eying her from across the room, she's urged to go after what she wants...even if it's just for one night.
Alexander doesn't know who his new sound mixer is, but he's drawn to her. So drawn he has this annoying compulsion to always kiss her. Those kisses turn into an erotic night spent in Michelle's company, but the magic doesn't last. Alexander, hating himself for what he's turned into, deliberately ends things with Michelle, unknowing how devastated she would be.
Michelle and Alexander are two people who have significant parts of themselves that are broken. Michelle feels she's unlovable and questions every feeling someone may have for her and Alexander hates who he's become so much that he pushes people away. Despite this, both characters are drawn to each other. It's not until the truth comes out about Alexander being Michelle's first kiss and she the kiss he could never forget that they let go of the past and look forward.
First Kiss is an emotionally charged read that has you hoping for the HEA. A great read!
A passionate night turns into something unexpected, a chance at happiness. Until a cynical mistake and costly lie shatter everything.
When Michelle Seaborne is assigned Alexander Trent at the music label she works for, she knows she's in for a rough time. Fifteen years ago, Alexander was her first kiss. The moment, and his handsome face, have haunted Michelle's dreams ever since. Of course, he doesn't remember her. So, if she plays her cards carefully, he won't, and they can move on with the project, her heart unscathed. What she doesn't count on is a sensuous night in his arms, and the hope for something more. Any beliefs for a relationship are dashed when Alexander hands her a box, a thank you for a night, and a goodbye.
A man can only make so many mistakes, and Alexander is ready to stop making them. At least, that's what he keeps telling himself. An unexpected passion filled night changes everything, and unsure of the future he can give, he does the only thing he knows how. He ends anything before it can begin. Something about Michelle pulls at his memory though. Despite her assurance they've never met, Alexander can't help but wonder, how does he know her? As doubts about Michelle's words grow, so do his feelings towards her. Only now, how does he redeem himself?