From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Willow Winters comes a steamy, small-town romance.
A drunken bet that led to a fake relationship? My naive little heart still hoped it would last....
We were never meant to be together.
He’s a bartender with noncommittal tendencies.
I’m looking for…the opposite. Commitment. Period.
But drinks and a bet led to something it shouldn’t have: a fake relationship. Worse, a first date, a first kiss…and then more.
He’s addictive and I can’t bring myself to accept the reality.
That it’s all a lie and I’m fooling myself by thinking he could want more.
That I could change him.
He’s mine for as long as I keep on pretending like this is just for fun.
As if I don’t want more....
Like when he whispers my name, I pretend it doesn’t make my heart flip.
Like when he holds me at night, I pretend I don’t want to lay in his bed every night.
It's just a bet; just a lie...until it isn't.
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- Erin Lewis
Great story and narration
I have only read one other book by Willow Winters so when I got the opportunity to listen to Knocking Boots I jumped at it. I love stories set in a small town and the narrators Teddy Hamilton and Lidia Dornet did a fabulous job bringing Charlie and Grace to life for me.
Charlie and Grace want totally different things out of life but when circumstances bring these two together, will it be the start of an enduring love or will they crash and burn before they even have a chance? The chemistry between them sizzles but Charlie has baggage and is not looking for a committed relationship.
I enjoyed the slow burn as their romance blossomed and I loved this couple. Despite their outlooks they really do blend well together and I was cheering for them to get a happily ever after.
Both Teddy and Lidia’s performances really brought out the push and pull of the relationship and I found myself laughing out loud at times and was left with a smile on my face when the story ended.
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A true romance
I am not much of a fan of anything but autobiography, but this book kept me hooked. It was raw and had so many realistic situations that are true into days time.
- C. Y.
I Have A New Book Boyfriend!
This is now my new favorite Willow Winters book. Not only is the story so sweet and wonderful, but Teddy and Lidia just hit it out of the park! Their performances of Charlie and Grace were excellent!
It was so easy to like both Charlie and Grace because they were enduring in their own special way. Charlie has been hurt in the past so he doesn’t want to get into another relationship, and Grace wants the whole package, but she’s on a time limit. With the circumstances like that you know they are going to fall in love by being friends first, and going on pretend dates. I’ve read a lot of the stories like this, but this one just felt more special. Maybe it’s because for once the male character is not a billionaire and can win the girl over with money. He’s not domineering, but just a gentleman who not only is good to Grace, but he treats his mom and sisters well. The main reason is probably because I have a thing for Cowboys and small towns. No matter what the reason, I loved this book and Teddy’s sexy voice made Charlie even more charming. ❤️