Timing is a funny thing. It can make or break any situation. Any relationship. The only thing worse than timing is miscommunication, especially when one person thinks the other isn’t interested.
When Cammie Spencer is left to sort out the mess that’s becoming her life, she reflects on what she thinks she knows versus what is reality. Has her perception of what’s expected of her high society life kept her from the one person she’s always wanted but resigned herself to never having?
After all, her fiancé is definitely not what she thought he was. And to make matters worse, or maybe better, Holden Masters has always been the most tempting form of forbidden love. She’s discovering he also may very well be the best medicine for her broken heart.
For Holden Masters, his haunted past collides with the present. His plans, which seemed so clear, become muddied. Will he finally drop his façade and back up his words of affection with actions or is he the player Cammie’s long pegged him to be?
Now that the auction is over, could it be that Holden Masters has already won the prize before he’s even had The Date?
There is one thing that I am certain about after reading The Auction and The Date and that is that J.B. McGee really knows how to tease the reader. The Date begins with Cammie finding out her fiance's secret which leaves her confuse and upset.
When Holden Masters wins a date with the woman he has loved practically all his life, he never expected that night at the auction for his plans to win the heart of his friend (who is engaged) for her to fall right into his hands before the date even begins. Holden has a reputation and a past that has him not caring about what the people in his prestigious community think about him. He decides to just be who they always expected out of him.
Cammie Spencer has lived up to her high society lifestyle that even means marrying a man that everyone expects her to be with. It takes over hearing a conversation that will have Cammie opening her eyes and really look into the future she had all planned out, she ends up realizing that all she can think about is her past. Will she be strong enough to go after what she truly wants?
The chemistry between Cammie and Holden is felt, maybe teased a little to much in the story but I am anxiously waiting. The Date is a sweet and sensual story of forgotten friendship hoping to be rekindled into something more something that might have been destined but with so many obstacles between them, did they even have a chance when they were younger? I will say it again J.B. McGee has a way with leaving the reader reaching for the next book. 4.5 Stars
After an unexpected turn of events, Cammie Spencer starts to wonder if there is more to life than being high society arm candy and whether her fiancé, Oliver, is the man for her. There's no denying Holden has always made her hot, but over the years, he's become the most tempting form of forbidden love.
For Holden Masters, there are some things money can’t buy, but that isn’t the case at the annual Magnolia Grove Cancer Charity Auction. The only woman Holden Masters has ever wanted is up for bids in a ‘secret date’ auction. It’s not the first time he’s yearned for Cammie. He’s wanted her for as long as he can remember, but family drama, façades, and social rank have gotten in the way.
The biggest obstacle now is determining whether Holden knows her well enough to prove that he’s more than the cocky bad boy she’s always known.
Does Holden know enough about Cammie to win her date and her heart in The Auction?
After nine years of holding her feelings and affection for Holden inside, Cammie can’t seem to keep her hands off him. With new resolve to no longer let high society expectations drive her actions, she says to hell with the ramifications from the gossipers of Magnolia Grove.
Even before she’s had a chance to formally break off her engagement, move out of her shared apartment with her jerk of a fiancé, Oliver, or tell her parents.
When she and Holden are caught in a goofy, yet intimate moment, Cammie questions the decisions they made together in the cabana earlier that morning.
Cammie needs more than gestures from Holden. Talk’s cheap. Promises are easily broken. And the only thing worse than new secrets are old ones.
Can Holden finally open up and give Cammie what she needs in The Promise?
About The Author:
J.B. McGee is a mother, wife, and the Amazon Top 100 author of the best-selling This Series. Amazon Crossing acquired the German rights to her debut novel, Broken. Heartfall, her coming of age novel about a bullied ballerina, is a #1 best seller in the Teen and Young Adult Performing Arts genre. Skipping Stones, a military romance about a young woman strongly influenced by her faith and her family all the while searching for her true love, is a #1 best seller in Women's Christian Fiction.