Overview

A romantic comedy trilogy from NY Times & USA Today best seller Cat Johnson

TAKING A LEAP
Bradley Morgan is the quintessential computer geek and nice guy, through and through. The only problem is that in his opinion, nice guys almost always finish last when it comes to hot women like his sexy co-worker Alyssa Jones. But things change after Alyssa finds her boyfriend cheating. Suddenly, nice guys like Brad...
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Opposites Attract

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Overview

A romantic comedy trilogy from NY Times & USA Today best seller Cat Johnson

TAKING A LEAP
Bradley Morgan is the quintessential computer geek and nice guy, through and through. The only problem is that in his opinion, nice guys almost always finish last when it comes to hot women like his sexy co-worker Alyssa Jones. But things change after Alyssa finds her boyfriend cheating. Suddenly, nice guys like Brad don't look so bad. So when Brad agrees to ghostwrite the sex scenes for a romance novel as a favor for desperate client Maria White and asks for Alyssa's help after hours, she agrees wholeheartedly and things really start to heat up.

LIGHT MY FIRE
Amy Gerald's life is filled with whirlwind romance. Unfortunately, it's all on the pages of the romance novels she edits. That is until she volunteers to cat-sit for her friend Maria White and meets Troy O'Donnell, the hunky fireman who lives next door. The problem is, this commitment-phobic consummate bachelor is far more willing to run into a burning building than allow love into his life.

SECOND TIME AROUND
Antonio Sanchez thought that at 32 his life was all mapped out—wife, kids, career—until some major bumps in the road radically alter his course and send him careening right into the path of newly divorced Maddie Morgan. Throw in a slew of matchmaking friends and relatives, led by Maria whose apartment appears to be the Bermuda Triangle for floundering lovers and Antonio and Maddie discover just how complicated things can get.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012270580
  • Publisher: Cat Johnson
  • Publication date: 3/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 57,544
  • File size: 526 KB

Meet the Author

NY Times and USA Today bestselling author Cat Johnson is known for her creative marketing and research practices. Consequently she owns an entire collection of camouflage shoes and cowboy boots for book signings, a fair number of her friends wear combat or cowboy boots for a living and she's sponsored real-live bull riders. She is currently contracted with Kensington and Samhain and writes both full length and shorter contemporary romance works.
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  • Posted November 19, 2013

    3 short, interconnected stories that all seem to involve account

    3 short, interconnected stories that all seem to involve accountant/author Maria White.

    In Taking a Leap, we meet Brad the Geek and Alyssa with the Sexy Voice. Brad agrees to repair Maria's laptop while she's on
    vacation, and has to rewrite a scene from Maria's novel. He enlists Alyssa's help (who's recently single) and from there love
    blooms. Ta-da!

    In Light My Fire, we meet Maria's first publisher Amy, who's agreed to cat-sit for Maria, who's off on yet another cruise
    (how many cruises can one take in a given year?). Anyhoo, Amy meets the hunky firefighter Troy who lives across the hall from
    Maria (I must be in the wrong area, the firefighters I see aren't hunky, they're more doughy). Of course they're attracted to each
    other, but Troy is slow to pick up on the clues Amy's practically throwing at him. Again by the end love has bloomed. Ta-da!

    The last story, Second Time Around focuses on Troy's friend Antonio (recently separated from his wife), and Brad the Hot Geek's
    sister Maddie (newly divorced) are introduced at a New Year's Eve party where: Maria White's apartment. After a couple of dates,
    they get together, and love blooms. Ta-da!

    All in all a cute novella, something I'd probably read again :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    recommended

    Loved this! real quick read but Very Cat Johnson! I love this author! you will not be disappointed. the ending was perfect and didn't leave any question unanswered.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2013

    Fun Read

    I like the authors writing style.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2013

    Ok

    3 short stories they all felt kind of rushed but they were nice.

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