Series: The Winslow Brothers #4
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Also in this series: Crazy about Cameron
Also by this author: Crazy about Cameron, Ginger's Heart, Dark Sexy Knight, Jonquils for Jax, It's You part 1, Don't Speak
Campaigning for Christopher is the fourth of four books about the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome Winslow brothers who are all on the look-out for love.
(Ummm...that's a lie. Skye, Elise and Margaret simply aren't the sort of girls that share. And frankly, with the election right around the corner, Chris doesn't have any time for love either...)
*The Winslow Brothers books are a companion series to the English Brothers books, but all can be read as standalones. All books in The Winslow Brothers series are approximately 200 pages. The RWA classifies this as "Mid-length Contemporary Romance."
THE WINSLOW BROTHERS
Bidding on Brooks, The Winslow Brothers, Book #1(available 5.12.15)
Proposing to Preston, The Winslow Brothers, Book #2(available 7.7.15)
Crazy about Cameron, The Winslow Brothers, Book #3(available 9.3.15)
Campaigning for Christopher, The Winslow Brothers, Book #4(available 11.13.15)
Campaigning for Christopher
I really loved Campaigning for Christopher. I didn’t LOVE the characters in Crazy about Cameron because I couldn’t really relate to them…like at all. I have no idea what its like to be that rich and grow up like that. But, Jules was the exact opposite! Here is this girl who made a huge mistake and is trying to right that mistake. Many people would have never owned up to what they did; many of the few who did would have walked away after being treated so terribly by Christopher. Jules held strongly to her convictions. It was really great to see her grow throughout the book as well-to figure out her own personal flaws, her career goals, etc. Christopher is kind of an ass, but you do totally understand why. I can’t imagine being able to trust Jules again. However, you see how hard she is trying and you so just want to tell Christopher to ease up on her! I didn’t want this book to end! Campaigning for Christopher is everything I want in a contemporary romance-tension, slow burn, complex and deep characters, and white hot love!
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Katy Regnery, award-winning and Amazon bestselling author, started her writing career by enrolling in a short story class in January 2012. One year later, she signed her first contract for a winter romance entitled By Proxy. Now a hybrid author who publishes both independently and traditionally, Katy claims authorship of the six-book Heart of Montana series, the six-book English Brothers series, and a Kindle Worlds novella entitled “Four Weddings and a Fiasco: The Wedding Date,” in addition to the standalone novels, Playing for Love at Deep Haven and Amazon bestseller, The Vixen and the Vet. The Vixen and the Vet is included in the charity anthology Hometown Heroes: Hotter Ever After, and Katy’s novella “Frosted” will appear in the upcoming (Jan ’15) anthology, Snowy Days Steamy Nights. Additionally, Katy’s short story, “The Long Way Home” will appear in the first RWA anthology (Feb ’15), Premiere. Katy lives in the relative wilds of northern Fairfield County, Connecticut, where her writing room looks out at the woods, and her husband, two young children, and two dogs create just enough cheerful chaos to remind her that the very best love stories begin at home.
From Campaigning for Christopher:
He had no right.
He had no business.
But it didn’t matter, because he couldn’t help himself. He leaned forward and claimed her mouth hungrily with his.
Her lips moved beneath his immediately, her hands flattening on his chest as he reached around her waist and pulled her up against his body. Her lips tasted like coffee with a hint of sweetness, and he wanted more—more of her, more of the sweetness. Sweeping his tongue over her lips, she opened for him, and he tilted his head, slanting his lips to cover hers more perfectly. Their tongues tangled—velvet heat, timid at first and then more sure, her teeth razing his flesh as he plunged hungrily into her mouth, swallowing her whimper and adjusting her against his body so that his hardness lined up with the valley of her sex. He groaned as she nipped his bottom lip, leaning her head to the side as he slipped his tongue back into her mouth. Moaning softly, she arched into him, and he slid his hands up her back, bracketing the sides of her breasts through the flimsy material of her blouse and feeling the frantic, ragged pull of her breath beneath his fingers as he kissed her.
And kissed her.
And kissed her.
Another whimper sounded from the back of her throat, and suddenly he realized that the hands she’d flattened against his chest were pushing him away. With a grunt of frustration, he released her, stepping back. Reaching up, he touched his lips with the back of his hand, panting as his knuckles dragged over the sensitized skin. He scraped in a shaky breath, staring at her, forcing himself not to lunge for her and draw her back into his arms.
Her chest heaved up and down from the force of her breathing, her blouse was disheveled, and the skin around her lips looked pink, though her lipstick was still perfectly in place. Her eyes were wide. And angry.
“You can’t do that!” she said in a breathless whisper. “You can’t just—”
“I know,” he mumbled, dropping his hand from his lips and raking it through his hair. What the hell had he just done? What was he thinking?
“You can’t accuse me of . . . of falling for you two days ago and then . . . then k-kiss me in p-private like . . . like the world is ending today. It’s not . . . it’s not fair, Chris.”
“I’m sorry. I just . . .”
He turned his back to her, confusion making him wince. He didn’t trust her. He didn’t want anything to do with her. Why couldn’t he help himself around her?
She raised her voice, speaking angrily to his back. “You said this was a job. An . . . an act. That didn’t feel like an act.”
“You’re confusing me. You don’t want me, then you—”
He palmed the back of his neck and turned to face her, his own voice low and lethal in his ears. “I don’t want you?“
“Are you insane?” he barked.
“Jules,” he gasped, staring at her in disbelief because how could she not know this? Despite what he’d said on Monday, didn’t she know? Couldn’t she see? And then suddenly he was speaking, his words coming out in a rush, a relief, a completely inappropriate stream of consciousness that he’d never, ever meant to share with her. “I can’t think about anything but you. I dream about you. I have imaginary conversations with you. I go to YouTube and replay that press conference kiss over and over again to torture myself because I can’t get enough of seeing you in my arms, melting into me. I don’t want you?” He took a step toward her, stalking her, taking her arm so she couldn’t pull away from him, and leaning into her personal space until they were almost nose to nose. “I’ve never wanted anyone as much as I want you!”