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Fancy Love by A. F. Zoelle
A Good Bad Idea Story, Book 3
A twenty-year-old like me doesn’t stand a chance with an older playboy like Rune. Yet despite being total opposites, I’m lucky enough to call him my friend. Anything more than that would be greedy, but that doesn’t stop me from wishing he would teach me how to satisfy the passionate desire I feel for him. All of my fantasies are about experiencing my first time with him.
Could I be lucky enough that it happens for real?
The only relationships I used to be interested in were meaningless hookups with no strings attached. But Callum’s kindness touched a part of my heart I didn’t know existed, changing me forever. I desperately want him, but he deserves to be cherished by someone who thinks true love is real and isn’t a jaded thirty-year-old like me.
Can he really turn a sceptic like me into someone who believes we could have a romantic happy ever after together?
Fancy Love is the third book in the Good Bad Idea series. This novel features an age gap, first time, opposites attract romance. Full of cute sweetness and sexy fun, every story ends with a satisfying HEA and no cliffhangers. Each book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series in order.
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Chapter 7: Callum O’Rourke
Ugh, how many more embarrassing ways could I prove I was a virgin in a single conversation with Rune? It was in those moments I became overly conscious of our ten-year age gap and sexual experiences.
Rune: Drawing Marie Antoinette having sex with a woman or a man was an unimaginative and common way of sullying her reputation. I’m talking about the artists who took pornography to a different dimension of weird fuckery.
His description piqued my curiosity. I needed to know more, although my cheeks were flame red in secondhand embarrassment.
Callum: The book only showed a picture plate from a libelle pamphlet of Marie Antoinette kissing a woman. They both were wearing fancy dresses, so it’s a far cry from obscene.
Rune: I could show you my favorite depraved one, but I don’t want to get in trouble for corrupting you.
The thought of Please corrupt me broadsided me at a dizzying speed. Where did that come from? I ignored it, responding before I could talk myself out of it.
Callum: I’m a virgin, not a minor, thank you very much.
The three dots flashed for a few moments before disappearing. It made me feel like an even bigger idiot. I wished there was a way to unsend stupid messages.
One minute dragged into two, then five, then thirty. I tried to make myself watch the movie instead of checking my screen, but I was dying inside. Surely, I had to be the dumbest arsehole in the world for sending him a text reminding him I was so young and inexperienced.
I was still beating myself up when he finally wrote back. Now, I was almost too scared to look at his message.
Rune: Sorry, work called. I couldn’t get him off the phone until I agreed to do a project. As I was saying, the image may be too much for your sensitive virgin eyes.
Relief flooded through me that the delay had been something normal like a work phone call and not because my reply was daft. However, my indignation over the latter part of his text smarted.
Callum: Nice try, but my eyes aren’t the part of me that is a virgin. I would think you of all people would know the difference.
I reread my text message after sending it. Wait, was I flirting with Rune? No, there was no chance me being this awkward could be misconstrued as flirting.
Rune: I hate to break it to you, but if you’ve never seen an erect dick in person that wasn’t yours, your eyes are as virginal as the rest of you.
A strangled noise escaped from my throat when I read his words, which I tried to cover with a cough. My brother glanced over at me questioningly, but I shrugged and took a long drink of lemonade to cool off. I was overheated and flushed from the direction the conversation had taken.
Rune: Am I wrong?
I wanted to brag I had seen loads of pricks in person, but he’d be able to see right through that flimsy lie. What I needed to do was quit talking to him about genitalia before mine made its presence known while I was in the same room as Brody and Augie. What I actually did was the complete opposite.
Callum: Look, are you going to send me an eighteenth-century dick pic or not?
Before I could delete my idiotic response, I accidentally hit Send. Fuckfuckfuckfuckfuckingfuck!
As I continued to die of mortification over what I sent, he replied.
Rune: Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
The message was followed up by the funniest picture I had ever seen in my life.
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A Good Bad Idea Stories
Book 1: Bet On Love
I went to Las Vegas to marry my fiancée but ended up married to my best man instead. Considering I’m straight, I never imagined I would wake up in bed with a husband. We obviously need to get an annulment to undo our mistake. The only problem is, it turns out my feelings for my best friend Luci aren’t quite as platonic as I thought.
What are the odds that my bad idea ends up being the best thing to ever happen to us?
LUCIEN “LUCI” ST. AMOUR
After Rhys and I secretly shared our first kiss as teenagers, I spent years suppressing my confusing feelings for him. But now that he’s my husband, it exposes the truth about the depths of my love for my best friend.
Could I really be lucky enough that he feels the same way about me?
Bet on Love is the first book in the Good Bad Idea series. This novella features a friends to lovers second chance romance. Full of cute sweetness and sexy fun, every story ends with a satisfying HEA and no cliffhangers. Each book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series in order.
Book 2: Love Means More
I’ve only met one person I couldn’t seduce—Augie Murphy, the man I love who thinks I’m straight. When I have a chance to be his fake boyfriend, it’s too much temptation to resist. It turns out that’s literally true, since I get carried away with a passionate kiss. He thinks it’s just a game, but it’s so much more than that.
Can I convince my best friend I want to be his boyfriend for real?
AUGUST “AUGIE” MURPHY
Ambrose is handsome, irresistible, and completely off-limits. That didn’t stop my stupid heart from falling in love with my best friend the first day we met. When he suggests we pretend to be boyfriends on a double date, my curiosity defeats my common sense. Even if we’re only pretending for one night, I want to know what it’s like to be loved by him.
Is it possible to turn my fake boyfriend for a night into my real one forever?
Love Means More is the second book in the Good Bad Idea series. This novella features fake boyfriends in a friends to lovers bisexual awakening romance. Full of cute sweetness and sexy fun, every story ends with a satisfying HEA and no cliffhangers. Each book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series in order.
About A. F.:
A lifelong storyteller, writing has always been A.F. Zoelle’s greatest passion. When she’s not writing about gorgeous men being sexy and in love, she enjoys procrastinating on her studies and numerous side hustles to indulge in Japanese musical theatre. She looks forward to renouncing her nomadic scholarly life someday soon so she can have Ragdoll cats to come home to instead of just dust bunnies.
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