The first time I met Hudson Rothschild was at a wedding. I’d received an unexpected invitation to one of the swankiest venues in the city.
Hudson was a groomsman and quite possibly the most gorgeous man I’d ever laid eyes on. He asked me to dance, and our chemistry was off the charts.
I knew it wasn’t a good idea to get involved with him, considering the wedding I was at. But our connection was intense, and I was having a great time.
Though the fun came to a screeching halt when Hudson figured out I wasn’t who I’d said I was. You see, that unexpected invitation I received? Well, it hadn’t actually been addressed to me—it was sent to my ex-roommate who’d bounced a check for two months’ rent and moved out in the middle of the night. I figured she owed me an expensive night out, but I guess, technically, I was crashing the wedding.
Once caught, I couldn’t get out of there fast enough. As I bolted for the door, I might’ve plucked a few bottles of expensive champagne off the tables I passed, all while the gorgeous, angry groomsman was hot on my tail.
Outside, I jumped into a taxi. My heart ricocheted against my ribs as we drove down the block—but at least I’d escaped unscathed.
Or so I thought.
Until I realized I’d left my cell phone behind at the table.
Take one guess who found it?
This is the crazy story of how Hudson Rothschild and I met. But trust me, it’s only the tip of the iceberg.
A new, sexy standalone from #1 New York Times Bestseller, Vi Keeland
| The Invitation by Vi Keeland was a book that really catched me with the cover. I mean… You can’t put Nick Bateman in a suit and expect me to ignore it. No way! And of course Vi Keeland knows how to write a damn good story. Needless to say that I read this book in one night. So we meet Hudson, the handsome and sexy guy, with a cocky side. Then there is Stella. She is a fearless, strong woman with a very positive mind. The chemistry between these two is so amazing and unique. It is really a heartwarming, but wild lovestory. I laughed so much reading it. I’m still smiling when I think of Hudson and Stella. The writing was as always on point. In the middle of the book, I thaught ‘Well, okay. I can see the plottwist coming.’ WRONG!! you know nothing. I should have known better, since it is not my first book from this author. It hit me so hard. So you better have some tissues next to you… or some icecream.