Once Upon a Time…
Welcome to 1001 Dark Nights… a collection of novellas that are breathtakingly sexy and magically romantic. Some are paranormal, some are contemporary. Each and every one is compelling and page turning.
Inspired by the exotic tales of The Arabian Nights, 1001 Dark Nights features New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors.
In the original, Scheherazade desperately attempts to entertain her husband, the King of Persia, with nightly stories so that he will postpone her execution.
In our versions, month after month, each of our fabulous authors puts a unique spin on the premise and creates a tale that a new Scheherazade tells long into the dark, dark night.
…Happily Ever After
(A Fusion Novella)
by Kristen Proby
New York Times Bestselling author Kristen Proby takes us back to her highly acclaimed Fusion series.
Chase MacKenzie is not the man for Maura Jenkins. A self-proclaimed life-long bachelor, and unapologetic about his distaste for monogamy, a woman would have to be a masochist to want to fall into Chase’s bed.
And Maura is no masochist.
Chase has one strict rule: no strings attached. Which is fine with Maura because she doesn’t even really like Chase. He’s arrogant, cocky, and let’s not forget bossy. But when he aims that crooked grin at her, she goes weak in the knees. Not that she has any intentions of falling for his charms.
Well, maybe just once…
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An Exclusive Interview With Kristen Proby:
~ with Jillian Stein of Read Love Blog
I just LOVED Maura and Chase! They are so smoking hot and prefect together! How did you choose them for this novella?
Well, I met Chase in his brother Mac’s book, Blush for Me. I knew that Chase needed his own story! And I knew that it would be super sexy. Maura came to me more slowly, but the more I got to know her, the more I knew that Chase would meet his match in her!
Who would you dream cast for these two?
Rachel McAdams and Ryan Reynolds.
Your characters are all so wonderfully real and relatable. Do you ever find that kind of realness hard to write?
Not at all. They are real to me, so translating that to the page is natural to me.