More Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories [NOOK Book]

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More Flirts! Five Romantic Short Stories (50,000 words)

Five sweet and sassy romantic short stories that stand alone but also link together when read as a collection. Life and love is a lot trickier for the Carter kids after a surprise multi-million dollar inheritance. ...
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Overview

More Flirts! Five Romantic Short Stories (50,000 words)

Five sweet and sassy romantic short stories that stand alone but also link together when read as a collection. Life and love is a lot trickier for the Carter kids after a surprise multi-million dollar inheritance. Follow the five brothers and sisters through their rocky romances, disaster dates, and happy endings.


“Pickup Lessons” 12,000 words

Stone Kinney may have his PhD in astrophysics, but he knows nothing about women. He thinks argyle socks scream sexy. When Kyla Carter overhears his pathetic pickup lines, she agrees to give him lessons on how to get a girl. But nothing she does helps him snag a date. Of course, maybe there’s a reason for that…

“Ex Therapy” 9,000 words

All of Aubrey Carter’s relationships have ended with her getting dumped, and she can’t understand why. Her therapist suggests she interview her exes to learn what keeps going wrong so she can get things right with the next guy. The biggest surprise? Her old boyfriends aren’t quite what she remembered.

“Mr. Wrong” 10,000 words

Diana Hart is a relationship therapist desperate for her own happy ending. But her deadbeat father inspired her to put her career first and never rely on a man. When she signs a publishing deal, she agrees to search for Mr. Wrong so she can document her dating don’ts. It’s certainly a bad time to meet Mr. Right, Toby Carter, who’s looking for his own perfect match.


“I Know Who You Kissed Last Night” 8,000 words
Eric Carter kissed the woman of his dreams last night, but there’s one problem—he was too drunk to remember who she was. His best friend, Emily, knows very well who he kissed—it was her. But if he finds out, their relationship might be ruined forever.


“The Girl In The Pink Hat” 11,000 words
Zoe is fulfilling her late cousin’s bucket list that’s filled with dares, travel, and surprises—stuff Zoe would normally never do. When Zoe spots herself described in a Craigslist missed connections ad, skydiving and tattoos are no longer the most thrilling things in her world. It might be time for Zoe to dream big.

Check out the other Flirts! Collections: Flirts!, Beach Flirts!, Holiday Flirts!, Fairy Tale Flirts!, and Wedding Flirts! Look for Reunion Flirts! in winter 2013. You might also like Lisa’s Willowdale Romance series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015533026
  • Publisher: Lisa Macdonough
  • Publication date: 10/19/2012
  • Series: The Flirts! Short Story Collections , #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 131,230
  • File size: 344 KB

Meet the Author

Lisa Scott is a former TV news anchor who now enjoys making up stories instead of sticking to the facts. When not begging her husband and two kids for a few minutes of peace to write her stories, she works as a voice actor and putters around in her koi pond and garden in upstate NY.
Go to ReadLisaScott.com to learn more about works in progress and the inspiration for her stories. Sign up for her newsletter to be notified about new releases. Like "Read Lisa Scott" on Facebook.
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  • Posted September 18, 2013

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    More Flirts! By Lisa Scott 5 Romantic Short Stories Pickup Lesso

    More Flirts! By Lisa Scott
    5 Romantic Short Stories
    Pickup Lessons
    Stone Kinney is an absolutely adorable character. He is so smart in academics, but clueless with women. After reading books on dating he stakes out the perfume counter at the mall and uses cheesy pick-up lines. At the end of the day the gal working the counter, Kyla Carter, offers to give him lessons on picking up women. As it was obvious his books had failed him.

    Ex Therapy
    Aubrey Carter, sister to Kyla from Pickup Lessons, needs to find out why her relationships never last. Realizing only six guys in her past made it past a few dates she targeted them. Writing up a survey she began contacting them. They didn't seem to be that excited to see her, but she pressed on. What better way to find out how to make her relationships last longer, then by finding out why they failed?

    Mr. Wrong
    Lisa Scott has outdone herself in this hilarious book. Diana Hart, Aubrey's therapist from Ex Therapy, needs to write a second book. She's decided to write on finding Mr. Wrong. She dresses much different from her usual conservative clothes and hits the bars instead of meeting men at charity balls or her usual outings. She keeps running into Toby Carter, Kyla and Aubrey's brother, but he's too much like her usual type. One blind date outing is enough to give her a lifetime of nightmares.

    I Know Who You Kissed Last Night
    Emily had been best friends since kindergarten with Eric Carter, first three stories in this book are about his siblings. He had watched over her and helped her when her dad would go on a drunken rampage and now she watched over him while he drank too much. He would never know how much she cared for him because of his drinking. When he woke up one morning wanting to find the girl he kissed the night before, Emily didn't dare tell him she knew who it was. Surely she would lose his friendship, and that was not something she would ever risk.

    The Girl In The Pink Hat
    When Zoe's cousin Jenny died, she left a bucket list for her to fulfill. It was hard to get motivated and the list seemed impossible. Then one day she saw a missed connection on Craigslist and contacted the author of it, Nick Carter. He was looking for a girl in a pink hat that had been on the train. She was the wrong girl, but for some reason he wanted to help her with her list. To live some of his life through helping her.

    These five stories follow the romances of the Carter family. Three brothers and two sisters who had a surprise when their mother passed away, she had money they didn't know about and each of them became millionaires. The problem with that was they never knew if the guys or gals they dated really cared for them or if they were just after the Carter money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2014

    another in the series

    good books by a good author

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