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    Sunday, 8 January 2017

    Excerpt Reveal for SAFE BET by Monica Murphy



    Excerpt:

    “Drew!” Fable
    calls, waving him over. “Come meet Sydney.”
    He starts to head
    over there and when he sends me a look over his shoulder, I reluctantly follow
    him. I really don’t need to be involved in this scenario, but I just can’t tell
    him that, can I? It would be rude. And I’m never rude to Drew and Fable.
    Ever.
    “Sydney, this is
    my husband, Drew. Drew, this is Sydney Walker. She’s going to be our new
    nanny,” Fable says, sounding pleased. She looks over at her husband with a
    little wince. “I hope you don’t mind that I went ahead and hired her.”
    “Of course I don’t
    mind. I trust your judgment.” Drew turns to greet Sydney. “Good to meet you,”
    he says as he gives Sydney a firm handshake. She’s staring up at him, her lips
    slightly parted, her eyes wide. Full on awestruck, which is typical. He’s a
    superstar. That’s how most people look at Drew when they first meet him.
    “Hi,” she squeaks,
    her cheeks going pink as she releases Drew’s hand. Her gaze slips to mine, and
    then flitters away. But that one quick glance was like a sucker punch to my
    gut.
    The nanny is
    beautiful.
    I take a deep
    breath, shoving my hands in my jeans’ pockets so I won’t do something
    stupid—like try to grab her. She has pretty blue eyes and a full mouth that’s
    made for kissing. Her curves are even lusher than I first realized. She has
    full hips and a tiny waist and shapely legs. But I can’t worry about pretty
    nannies right now. I have to concentrate on work.
    It still blows my
    mind that I might play for the NFL. That football is my job. I’m a lucky son-of-a-bitch.

    “Sydney, this is
    Wade Knox. He’s an old family friend,” Fable says, knocking me from my
    thoughts. I blink and look down to find Sydney smiling up at me, interest
    clearly showing in her gaze. Hmm. “Wade, this is Sydney.”
    “Hey Sydney.” I
    shake her hand, electricity pulsing between us the moment our palms touch. She
    jerks her hand away from mine as if I burned her. Guess she felt it too.
    Interesting.
    “Nice to meet
    you,” she murmurs as she takes a step back. Like she needs the distance.
    Even more interesting.
    We make small talk
    for a few minutes before Fable takes Sydney back to the house, and the moment
    the door shuts behind them, Drew’s talking.
    “The nanny’s
    cute,” he observes, his voice way too nonchalant.
    “Uh huh.”
    “She looked at you
    like she thought you were cute, too.”
    I roll my eyes. He
    never says stuff like this, so what’s his deal? “Cute? What are you doing?
    Trying to play matchmaker?” I send him a pointed look. “Give me a break. I
    don’t need the distraction.”

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    Blurb:
    Sydney Walker’s new job is perfect. As the live-in nanny to the most famous quarterback in the NFL and his beautiful wife, she couldn’t have it any better. Their kids are adorable. Her bosses are more than generous. Plus, there are hot football players at the house all the time. Life can’t get much better than this.

    Until her life turns into an absolute nightmare. The media is abuzz with rumors that she and her boss Drew Callahan are having a torrid affair. Everyone knows the truth—except the public. So Drew’s wife Fable comes up with the perfect idea.

    She creates a fake relationship between Sydney and one of the rookie players on Drew’s team. Wade Knox is forever indebted to Drew and Fable and readily agrees to the set up. Pretending to be in a romantic relationship with the hot nanny for a week—how hard can it be?

    Crazy how it only takes one week for two people to fall head over heels in love…
    (This mash-up new adult romance features characters from both the One Week Girlfriend series and The Rules series.) 


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