A handsome stranger with a secret? Check.
An attraction you can’t ignore? Check.
The hotter night of their lives? Check. Check. Check.
Autumn Becker was ditched shortly before her wedding day. Now all she wants is to be left alone. When her ex-fiancé shows up in that bar, Autumn needs to prove herself and him that she still can have fun without him. And what better way to do that, than with the handsome stranger that’s been watching her all night?
Marcus Varson has big responsibilities over him. Spending some time away from his problems was exactly what he needed. As he watches Autumn dancing, the desire to know more about her grows, and when he finally has a chance with her, his reality catches up with Marcus.
Will Marcus chose a night with Autumn over his life responsibilities?
THE FIRST NIGHT is a short story in the Royal Wedding hot contemporary romance series. If you enjoy a good scandal, sexy characters and hard to resist situations, you’ll love the new series by Freya Lawson.
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I’m very happy to have you here. Most of you won’t know, but Freya Lawson is a pen name. I’m not ready to tell you my name yet, but it will happen over time. We’ll get to know each other and someday I’ll be comfortable telling you my real name.
Make no mistake. Everything else is all me. I like to read. I love watching the starts. I hate the cold. I enjoy spending some time baking. I hate having people checking my every move (that’s why I need a pen name – so the people I know won’t be able to check what I do) .
I love writing and the first time I started a story was a paranormal romance where I got all the characters of my favorite TV Shows and they all had an amazing adventure fighting demons and trying to find love in the mean time. It was terrible. Too many characters. But I enjoyed my time planning everything. Sometimes I even see those files and read them. For fun. To motivate me to keep going. To remind me that I did that with about 14 years old. I can do much better now.
The last thing I want is disappoing the younger me. So I write.