Cover Reveal & Giveaway: Working For It (Cook Brothers #5) by BJ Harvey

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Cover Reveal & Giveaway: Working For It (Cook Brothers #5) by BJ HarveyTitle: Working For It
Author: BJ Harvey
Series: Cook Brothers #5
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: May 6, 2020
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
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Sometimes a surprise baby can lead to unexpected happy endings.

It started one night in Vegas over a naughty cocktail and dirty banter. Eight months of bedded bliss later, Gilly Nelson says the two words Ezra Baker never saw coming: “I’m pregnant.”

Twice-divorced Ezra has always acted first, thought it through later. Except in Gilly he finds an equal; a strong-willed, independent woman who doesn’t need his money or kind heart to get ahead. She just wants him.

Career-focused Gilly never imagined she’d be thirty-five, single and pregnant. Except when Ezra suggests they date rather than just mate, she finds herself wondering whether the man she’s been looking for has been in her bed all along.

If they can survive raging hormones, house renovations, and the realities of childbirth, surely creating a family will be a walk in the park... right?

Working For It is a full-length house flipping romantic comedy that can be read as a complete standalone and is the fifth and final book in the Cook Brothers series. Working For It is Ezra Baker's story.

Title: Working for It

Series: Cook Brothers #5

Genre: Contemporary Romantic Comedy

Author: BJ Harvey

Release Date: May 6, 2020

Praise

“This series just keeps getting better and better!”

“Fan-flipping-tastic that’s what this book is, holy mother of god do I love these Cook men.” 

 “It is basically the perfect romance.”

 “This series just keeps getting better and better!” 

“This entire series is some of BJ Harvey’s best work to date.”

Excerpt

“Is this seat taken?” I turn my head, my mouth tipping up with a wry grin when I see the source of the inquiry.

Gilly Nelson—Jax Cook’s sister-in-law, for all intents and purposes—stands there in all her stunning glory.

She’s five foot ten, with her long blonde hair gathered in a high ponytail, sparkling dark blue eyes, and well-maintained curves for days. She’s stunning—beyond so. It’s a sight I’ve enjoyed every chance I’ve had in the past twelve hours, especially earlier tonight when she wore that clingy black dress made of a netted, sequined fabric that would’ve had any unattached red-blooded man fantasizing about all the ways they could get to what’s underneath it.

I know this to be true because that’s exactly what I’ve been doing all night. And since we’re both in Vegas for my best friend, Jamie, and his fiancée, April’s, joint bachelor/bachelorette party, I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t entertained thoughts of proving the “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” adage to be true—preferably with the woman currently raking her gaze up and down my body.

I stand and pull out the barstool beside me. “A gentleman,” she murmurs. “A rare find, some might say.” Her lips twitch, her eyes dancing.

I shrug. “I’m simply the man my mama raised me to be—and my father made damn sure I became.”

Once she’s seated, I push her chair in and sit beside her, lifting my arm in the air to signal a bartender.

“Fancy seeing you here,” she says, tilting her body toward me, her thigh brushing against mine as she goes.

“Indeed. I thought everyone was calling it a night.”

She quirks a brow, her lips twitching. “You mean the couples who have anything but sleep on their minds?”

I groan and drop my head on the bar.

“What?” she asks with a sly smile that gets my attention below the belt.

I turn my head and meet her eyes: “I’m rooming with Cohen. Now I really don’t want this night to end.”

Gilly snorts, biting her lip as if to stop herself from laughing. I chuckle, and she loses the fight, soon joining me.

“Well, how about you let me buy you another drink…” She nods at the twenty-year-old malt in my hand, “… and I can help you avoid any awkward interruptions,” she whispers. “Because I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t matter how close you are with someone, no one wants to walk in on post-coital bliss, solo or otherwise.”

Well, damn. Now there’s only one person’s post-coital anything I’m thinking of, and it’s the woman in front of me.

This is the first time it’s been just the two of us without any of our family or friends around. So far, all I know about Gillian Nelson is that she’s Ronnie’s older sister, and she knows how to wear the hell out of a classy dress with Louboutins I want digging into my back.

Before I get to making that particular fantasy a reality, I’m going to find out more about this golden-haired goddess.

I sit up straight, catching the bartender finally moving our way out of the corner of my eye.

“How about I buy the drinks, and you find us an empty booth so you can dazzle me with your charm and undoubtedly stunning wit for the rest of the night?” I ask, quirking my brow.

Her eyes flash. “Twist my arm, why don’t you.” She leans in, resting her hand on my shoulder and bringing her mouth close to my ear. “But don’t feel you have to play it safe and only compliment my personality and intellect, Ez. I didn’t wear this dress, and these shoes not to be noticed and appreciated, and I haven’t missed your continued appreciation all night. Don’t make me miss it now.” She brushes her lips against my cheek in a barely-there kiss before succeeding in knocking me—figuratively—on my ass. She straightens, wraps her fingers around my tumbler, and meets my wide stare before lifting the glass to her lips and downing the rest of the scotch like it’s water. She winks at me. “I’ll have another one of those if you will.”

Then she’s slipping off the stool, and my head turns to watch her—and her amazing ass—walk across the room toward the black leather booths lining the front windows. Freaking gorgeous.

A tap of knuckles on the bar knocks me from my impure thoughts, and I meet the amused gaze of the bartender who’s leaning his elbows onto the bar, his eyes drifting from me to the same sight I was just enjoying.

I look back to Gilly just in time to see her slide into a booth, her dress riding up as she does, giving me a glimpse of lace-topped stockings and a garter. Damn! Just the thought that she’s been wearing that all night has me groaning under my breath. I can’t look away. “Make it two of the same.”

“Lucky bastard,” he mutters.

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Work in Progress (Cook Brothers #1)

Amazon US

Jamie Cook is a work-in-progress. He’s always wanted what his parents have: a good marriage, lots of kids, and financial security. He thought he’d have the first two with his ex-girlfriend while the third would come once he got his house-flipping business off the ground. When his ex doesn’t subscribe to his five-year plan, he makes Cook Brothers Construction his sole focus.

Then he moves next door to April Williams, a sassy single mom he can’t stop riling up. Throw in her matchmaking mother-in-law, who’s set her sights on Jamie being April’s knight in a leather tool belt, and a house threatening Jamie’s sanity, and it should be a recipe for disaster, but Jamie wants this three-month project to last forever. That’s if he can stop being the neighbor from hell and prove to April he’s not just flipping a house—he wants to flip her heart.


Work Violation (Cook Brothers #2)

Amazon US

Ronnie Nelson likes to be chased.
Jaxon Cook loves a challenge.

Ronnie wants a man who pulls out all the stops.
Jax doesn’t stop until he gets what he wants.

Seems like a match made in heaven. Until an unexpected development—of the ‘call me Professor Cook’ variety—makes their attraction-and what they did last Saturday night-a lot more forbidden.

Now, committing a work violation has become a forgone conclusion and the chase just became a lot more complicated.

Lucky for Ronnie, Jax loves breaking the rules.
Lucky for Jax, Ronnie does too.


Working Back (Cook Brothers #3)

Amazon US

Girls weren’t on Bryant Cook’s radar until the day he moved next door to the most beautiful girl he’d ever seen. Fortunately for him, Faith Baker fell just as hard that first day as well.

From age eight to twenty-two, it was the ‘Faith and Bryant’ show, and their happily forever after seemed certain. Until it wasn’t.

Now she’s back after twelve years and she wants what they had.

That’s when Bryant issues a challenge. One Faith can’t resist. After all, her future—their future—is riding on it.

She said she’d do anything. She just didn’t think he meant *that*.


Hard Work (Cook Brothers #4)

Amazon US

Having watched his brothers meet their match, Cohen Cook is feeling something he never anticipated—envy.

With a demanding job, and helping his brothers with their biggest flip project yet, he doesn’t have time to sleep with, let alone date, anyone.

Skye Rossi is a free spirit. She’s a take-her-as-you-see-her woman who works hard and plays hard, but the person she wants to play with friend-zoned her the minute they met.

When sparks fly between Cohen and Skye, the only way forward is to propose a mutually beneficial arrangement that no one knows about.

Besides, what’s the harm in a few orgasms between best friends?

About BJ Harvey

BJ Harvey is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Bliss Series. She regards herself as a smut peddler, suspense conjurer, and a funny romance thinker upper. An avid music fan, you will always find her singing some hit song badly and loving every minute of it. She’s a wife, a mom to two beautiful girls, and hails from what she considers as the best country in the world—New Zealand—although she currently lives in Perth, Australia.

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