Pre-Order Blitz – NOBODY DOES IT BETTER by Samantha Chase!! + Excerpt

There’s a new Magnolia Sound story coming from New York Times bestselling author Samantha Chase is coming in one week! Read on for an excerpt from NOBODY DOES IT BETTER and be sure to pre-order your copy now!

About NOBODY DOES IT BETTER

A billionaire hell bent on transforming a sleepy coastal town.
The hometown girl determined to do whatever it takes to stop him.

Peyton Bishop has big plans and big dreams when it comes to leaving her mark on Magnolia Sound. Her great-grandfather founded the coastal town and every generation before her has left their stamp. Now it’s her turn. But just as she takes the leap and makes plans to build her own restaurant, a sexy business mogul buys her dream property right from under her.

Ryder Ashford knows a good thing when he sees it, and he knows he’s found a gem with Magnolia Sound. He just needs to get the small town up to his standards first. He’s received nothing but praise from the locals so far, but that’s about to change because the bratty and beautiful café owner whose property he just snatched isn’t shy about calling him out on his plans. He should be annoyed she’s getting in his way, but he enjoys their verbal sparring too much.

Ryder’s a man who goes after what he wants, and what he wants is the best.
He never thought that would turn out to be the one woman standing between him and his dreams.

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Read an excerpt from NOBODY DOES IT BETTER!

Ryder knew he was in trouble the moment Peyton opened the door.

It wasn’t the death glare she was giving him or the open hostility radiating off of her.

It was how she looked. She was beautiful–like heart-stopping, breathtakingly beautiful.

Swallowing hard, he forced himself to smile. “I was hoping to find you at home. May I come in?”

The look of utter annoyance almost made him reconsider, but he enjoyed a good challenge and Peyton Bishop was certainly lining up to be one.

“What do you want, Mr. Ashford?” she said coolly.

“That’s a bit formal, don’t you think?” he teased, and realized she wasn’t remotely amused. “Please, Peyton. I’d really like to talk to you.”

“And you thought coming to my home uninvited was the smart thing to do?” Shaking her head, she took a step back. “You’ve got five minutes.”

It was pointless to argue that with her, but he knew he wasn’t leaving that quickly. With a murmur of thanks, he stepped into her home and jumped at the sound of the slamming door.

He knew she wasn’t a fan of his, but he hoped after two weeks and numerous boxes of chocolate–which Austin assured him were her favorites–that she’d be slightly less hostile.

She walked past him and said, “I just spent the last hour relaxing and it’s the best I’ve felt in weeks, so proceed with caution.”

It didn’t seem possible that this woman was trying to intimidate him, and yet…she was.

And she did.

Ryder knew he was a master of negotiating and putting potential business allies at ease. He just needed to look at Peyton the same way.

And not as a woman who smelled like wildflowers wearing clingy clothes that showed some amazing curves.

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About SAMANTHA CHASE

Samantha Chase is a New York Times and USA Today bestseller of contemporary romance. She released her debut novel in 2011 and currently has more than forty titles under her belt! When she’s not working on a new story, she spends her time reading romances, playing way too many games of Scrabble or Solitaire on Facebook, wearing a tiara while playing with her sassy pug Maylene…oh, and spending time with her husband of 25 years and their two sons in North Carolina.

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