Just One Kiss (The Kingston Family #6) Read Online Carly Phillips

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Angst, Billionaire, Contemporary, Romance Tags Authors: Series: The Kingston Family Series by Carly Phillips

Total pages in book: 66
Estimated words: 62362 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 312(@200wpm)___ 249(@250wpm)___ 208(@300wpm)

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Just One Kiss (The Kingston Family #6)

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Carly Phillips

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It was supposed to be one fun night of revenge sex. It turned into a second. Then a third.
Now Mother Nature is having the last word—with a secret baby surprise!
Jade Dare has done everything in her power to overcome her mother’s unstable influence. Changed her name. Became a success. Vowed never to risk passing on the potential for inherited pain. What has it gotten her? One fiancé who wanted her for money. A second who cheated on her with his brother’s wife.
Now she's sworn off men. Or at least off serious relationships. But when the chance to indulge in a little revenge sex with a man she’s secretly fantasized about arrives, she jumps in. Only to land heart-first into a case of the feels she can’t bring herself to trust.
Knox Sinclair always suspected he liked his brother’s fiancé a little too much, that’s why he kept his hands to himself. But with ties broken and Jade all too willing, a one-night stand with a side of payback sounds like a damned good idea.
Except one night isn’t nearly enough. But while Knox is busy convincing Jade they have a chance at forever, the past is planning one last parting shot.
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The Kingston Family Series by Carly Phillips

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Carly Phillips

Chapter One

The sun shone overhead as Knox Sinclair pulled into the parking lot designated for people attending the Bridal and Wedding Expo in New Jersey. After finding a spot, he cut the engine and turned to his newly engaged stepsister, Holly, who was sitting in the passenger seat, her body vibrating with excitement. She couldn’t wait to get in there… unlike Knox, who avoided anything wedding related ever since his marriage had imploded more than a year ago.

Was he over his ex? Yes. Did he carry a grudge against his cheating former wife and disloyal stepbrother? Also, yes. Any rational man would.

“Ready?” he asked Holly.

Her brown eyes lit up, making Knox’s feelings about the Bridal and Wedding Expo irrelevant. To Holly, this was important. And he would be there for her.

“Beyond ready! I can’t wait to check out all the booths,” she said. “How awesome is this going to be?”

He held back a sarcastic reply because he loved his younger sister. “Too bad Miles isn’t here to walk you around,” he said of her future groom, a mergers and acquisitions attorney who was currently on a business trip.

Reaching over, Holly patted Knox’s cheek. “Good thing you love me and are willing to take his place. Come on. It’s going to be fun!” Holly unhooked her seat belt and opened her car door, turning to face him before letting herself out. “Besides, you know you’d do anything for me. I’m the baby of the family.”

He rolled his eyes. “Someday that reasoning is going to wear thin,” he said, chuckling. But she was right.

He’d adored Holly the day he’d first met her. Knox and his father had opened their home to a four-year-old Holly, her thirteen-year-old brother, Theo, and their mother, Knox’s father’s new wife, Addison. Holly had been adorable and exuberant, and she’d latched onto Knox immediately.

She’d been in need of an older brother, and even at fourteen years old, Knox had patience where Theo had had none. The selfish bastard still rarely bothered with his sister. Then again, it seemed as if the only person he cared about was himself.

“No, it won’t.” She grinned and hooked her arm in his.

He resisted the urge to rub the top of her head, the way he used to do when they were kids, knowing she’d be annoyed if he messed up her hair.

Their parents had separated when Holly was eighteen and in college. Knox’s dad had died shortly after the divorce was finalized, leaving everything to Knox, including the football team he owned. The New York Warriors were in Knox’s blood. And Holly was his family. Knox had taken it on himself to support his sister, whose mother had disappeared to Palm Springs with yet another wealthy man and her father had passed away. Today was her day. Knox was just happily paying for whatever choices she made.

“Let’s go.” She started toward the building, and he matched her shorter strides. When they reached the doors, he opened one for Holly and allowed her to precede him. Then, together, they walked inside, and the cool air-conditioned lobby shocked him into paying attention.