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Beyond The Page & Giveaway: “Single By Saturday (Weekday Brides #4)” by Catherine Bybee

Jan 26
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Today it’s my pleasure to welcome NY Times and USA Today bestselling author, Catherine Bybee, to CABR 🙂

Enjoy an excerpt from SINGLE BY SATURDAY, book #4 in her Weekday Brides series from Montlake Romance.

There’s a giveaway too 🙂

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Blurb:

KAREN JONES:

The petite blonde married a Hollywood star, yet she’s the one who spends every day playing a part: The part of a happy wife. A year ago, she agreed to wed a famous actor to diffuse rumors about his personal life. Now, her divorce sits just around the corner, along with a five million dollar payout. However, as she prepares to exit her fake marriage gracefully, her drop-dead-gorgeous brother-in-law walks through the door… and into her heart.

ZACH GARDNER:

Dark-haired, blue-eyed hunk, Zach, crashes Michael and Karen’s fancy one-year anniversary party, determined to meet the wife his brother hid from their family. But sparks fly the moment he and Karen see each other. When the famous couple decides to visit the whole Gardner clan, Karen must keep Michael’s secret under wraps in front of his questioning relative… including Zach, the man who could be the real love of her life.

PRAISE FOR SINGLE BY SATURDAY

“The fourth outing in the Weekday Brides series captures readers’ hearts and keeps them glued to the pages until the fascinating finish. Romance lovers will feel the spark fly … almost instantaneously.” –RT BOOK REVIEWS, TOP PICK!, 4 ½ STAR

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EXCERPT:

“Did you ever bring girls up here and give Beacon something interesting to watch?”

“Oh, no . . . Hilton’s inspiration point is up by my family’s cabin.

She stood and grabbed a handful of rocks. Leaning over, she attempted to skip a rock over the flat surface of the water only to see it fall into the pond without a bounce.

“Isn’t the cabin several miles away?” The next rock she skipped bounced once.

“Far enough away to not get caught.”

“Is there such a place in this town?” The next three rocks dropped into the water.

Zach stood up behind her. He took her hand in his and slowly guided her in the right motion to skip the rock. “It’s in the wrist.”

He demonstrated and skipped it four times before it gave up and fell in.

Karen tried again, failed. Zach placed one hand on her shoulder, the other on her arm. Her next attempt skipped the rock three times.

He kept a hand on her shoulder, unable to move away as she skipped a few more.

She straightened her spine and he expected her to move away. Instead, she leaned back into his arms and sighed. He held her and they both stared out over the water in silence.

Zach looked down when her hand reached up to caress his arm. The simple touch spoke volumes.

He placed his lips next to her head and indulged in the peachy smell of her hair. He closed his eyes and savored the moment.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

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New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star.

After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms.

She now writes full-time and has penned novels Wife by Wednesday, Married by Monday, and Not Quite Dating. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California.

CONTACT THE AUTHOR:
Email – catherinebybee@yahoo.com |
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11 Comments

  • Chanpreet says:

    I think I would depending on the situation. I’ve done sillier things for much lesser reasons.

  • Anita H. says:

    No, I don’t think I would. Marriage is too sacred to do it based on false pretenses.

  • Ada says:

    I don’t know, that would be tough decision. If it was a close friend, I’d probably give serious consideration to helping them but probably not for money.

  • As long as no one got hurt, Heck yea, I would help out. Who couldn’t use some extra money these days (especially money like that)? I still haven’t had a chance to read any of Catherine Bybee’s books and would love this to be the first. it sounds excellent.

  • Kim Perry says:

    I think it might depend on the situation. The money would be very tempting.

  • Lori Meehan says:

    I think I would. The money would be a factor also but it is fantasy. Lol

  • Jane Cavanaugh says:

    I don’t think I could do that as tempting as it may be. I would need real love. I hope I am the winner here.

  • conniefischer says:

    That is an awful lot of money and very tempting, however, if I was “foot loose and fancy free” and the person I was to marry for a short time was honest and decent, I would seriously think of doing it.

    So looking forward to reading “Single by Saturday!”

  • Mary Jo Toth says:

    Wow, there are so many other factors … truly, I don’t think so but if I was in a situation where I needed the money … well, it seems a fairly easy thing to do for that much money.

  • Thanks again for having me on your blog, Sasha. Let me know who the winner is so I can send on the goods.

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