The Wedding Season (Work Less, Play More #3)

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It may be a creative marriage made in heaven, but Erin Duffy is cordially inviting Scott Braddock to go to hell…

ERIN: There are millions of guys in L.A. so I why do I keep bumping into my nemesis Scott Braddock? He’s hot. He’s rich. He’s cocky. I’ve been competitive with him as a writer since college, and my former dormmate lost her mind after he had hot sex with her. He is nothing but trouble for me.

Now we keep going to the same weddings, and I keep accidentally hooking up with him. But I will not let the fact that he’s mind-blowing in bed make me lose my head.

I came to Hollywood to be a successful screenwriter, and I will let nothing stand in my way. Especially not naked Scott Braddock.

SCOTT: Ever since college, there have been two things I’ve wanted more than anything—to be a successful screenwriter and to date Erin Duffy. She's a pain in the ass, and I want her to be MY pain in the ass. I screwed things up with Erin big time at school, but now our agents want us to work together and I have the chance to make things right.

It’s going to take everything I’ve got to win her over and have the kind of career we would both kill for, but I will do whatever it takes—on both coasts, at the computer, on the dance floor, in bed...I will rewrite every scene until we get our happy ending.

THE WEDDING SEASON is a standalone steamy new adult romantic comedy, the third novel in the Work Less, Play More series.

It's an enemies to lovers romantic comedy that works!

*** Over 52,000 words. All books in the series have different protagonists and can be read as standalones. All of the books have no cheating, no cliffhangers, no gluten, tons of added hormones, and come with HEAs! The Wedding Season is a bit steamier than The Workation and The Flirtation, as the author has had to cope with colder weather than she is used to...

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