Author Kate O’Keeffe shares One Last First Date

Cassie Dunhill is sick of dating. It’s been ten years and it’s time, time to find The One. It’s either that or buy a fetching habit and veil and abandon the whole thing. But Cassie believes in love, and she’s not ready to give up yet.

Cassie and her best friends make a pact that the next date they go on will be their One Last First Date. The pressure is on to find Mr. Right, and Cassie’s the first to find him: Parker Hamilton. He’s good-looking, smart, cultured—and a doctor. Despite his obvious credentials, Cassie’s not taking any chances. She’s vetted Parker so thoroughly she could offer some pointers to the CIA. He passes with flying colors.

Things get complicated when Will Jordan, her irritating work colleague, muscles in on her dream job and her love life. Will is a typical guy, complete with nicknames for everyone, even Cassie. His good looks and relaxed and easy nature can be distracting. But Cassie can do without that kind of distraction right now, no matter how good Will looks with his shirt off.

In the end, is there only One Last First Date?

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About the Author

Kate O’Keeffe is an award-nominated author of fun, feel-good romantic comedies with a touch of heat. To date, she has written the popular chick lit series of books, the Wellywood Romantic Comedy Series, the first in the new Cozy Cottage Café Series, and a smattering of short stories. She is always writing new material, so watch this space for news on upcoming releases.

Kate O’Keeffe lives and is in love with  beautiful New Zealand with my family, two scruffy dogs, and a cat who thinks he’s a scruffy dog too. He’s not: he’s a cat.

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