Catherine Bybee has crafted the perfect rags to riches romance with Not Quite Dating! Jack Morrison is also known to his friends as Moore, as in more women, more time, and more money, due to his families wealth. After running in to an old gold digging girlfriend while out at a bachelor party in Vegas, Jack has decided to hide his wealth from the opposite sex so that he can find a woman who will love him and not his money. Jessie has a bad track record with the men that she has dated and has vowed to only date men who are settled down and have money. She finds Jack attractive but figures that he is a wild, poor boy, and Jack does nothing to dispel her beliefs. Jack asks Jessie for a date but she turns him down.
She has been generous with advice to those starting out in the industry. She believes in paying it forward. New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating from high school, she moved to Southern California with hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. Rich: Welcome, Catherine!
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He watched her hand playing with his, liked the feel of it. What about your future, Jessie…what is your last name? Her face lit up and Jack was glad he changed the subject. I want to go back to school, like I said, maybe get into some type of event coordinating job. He wondered if she realized what she was doing. I mean a real marriage, not the temporary state my mom plays in. I can plan more than weddings.
There are anniversary parties, birthdays, corporate events.
Not Quite Dating by Catherine Bybee
Out of stock online. Not available in stores. When Jack Morrison—a sexy-as-sin, seemingly broke customer with a cowboy hat and a seductive grin—tries to flirt with her, she shoots him down. She doubts a carefree dreamer like Jack can provide the financial stability she needs.
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Catherine Bybee is a published author of fiction. She resides in southern California with her husband. She has two sons with her partner. She has always enjoyed books, especially romance novels. Catherine found that she may want to write these types of stories as well. She dove head first into creating worlds and characters.
Not Quite Dating (Not Quite #1)(10) by Catherine Bybee
Working the graveyard shift as a waitress, single mother Jessie Mann has no time to waste on a Texan with big dreams and a skinny wallet. But with Christmas just around the corner, saying no to Jack and his cowboy good looks is easier said than done. As the heir to the Morrison luxury hotel empire, Jack Morrison is tired of women drooling over his wealth.
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Not Quite Dating Author(s): Catherine Bybee Even if she had time to date, which she doesn’t, she’d be determined to provide her son with a more secure.
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Not Quite Dating is the first novel in the Not Quite series by author Catherine Bybee. In this book, readers get the chance to meet the character of Jessica Mann.
It is number 5 in the Not Quite series but it can be read as a standalone. However, this book does have characters from the first four in the series which I recommend you read so their happily ever after may be spoiled for you. If you follow this blog at all, then you know I worship the ground Bybee stands on. Mary is a skilled therapist but has a hard time connecting to people.
Who could really blame her though? She was abandoned as a baby and more or less raised by a nun named Sister Mary Francis. Her best friend Dakota, who lives across the street, wants nothing more than to see her get a little action. And why not? Mary is an attractive and intelligent woman.
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She doubts a carefree dreamer like Jack can provide the financial stability she needs. Yet with Christmas just weeks away, and Jessie not wanting to spend it alone, the charming Texan is proving hard to resist. As the heir to the Morrison luxury hotel empire, Jack is used to being fawned over.
From New York Times, USA Today, and WSJ bestselling author Catherine Bybee comes the first novel in the delicious Not Quite series. Waitress and single.
Looking around the tiny break room of the twenty-four-hour diner she worked in proved just as bleak a view as her future. She really did need to make some changes in her life, and soon. A party of four just sat on twelve. Jessie glanced at her watch and saw that it was twenty minutes past two in the morning. The after-bar crowd would soon start strolling in for black coffee and a place to sober up before their trek back home.
Like clockwork, Sunday mornings were the worst. The truly stupid actually thought they could grab a cup of joe and still manage to make it to work on time. After tucking her bills into her purse, Jessie stepped out of the break room, through the short hall separating the kitchens from the service counter, and proceeded to table twelve. With any luck, one of the four people in the party would be sober enough to remember to tip her before they left. Are you our waitress tonight? With his question, the other men at the table lowered their menus to look at her.