McNeil provided a summary of the plot and its two main characters.
Leah Simone Bradshaw just arrived in Washington, D.C., hoping to put miles between her new life and the relationship turmoil left behind in Seattle. She’s a self-proclaimed with her head on straight and a clear vision for her future.
Matthew Morrison spent most of his pre-teen years being the ugly duckling but has no plans to return. With his good looks, sculpted body and military training he easily has his pick of all the women of D.C. What happens when Matthew decides he now wants to add Leah to the list? Drawn by their mutual chemistry; can Leah keep her distance. What about the bombshell in Leah’s past that threatens to unravel everything? Trapped inside an insatiable world of passion and secrets, Leah and Matthew prove one kiss is rarely just a kiss.
McNeil describes herself as a hopeless romantic with a dirty mind. An Atlanta transplant born and raised in Memphis, she loves to write and is equipped with an arsenal of stories at all times. When not writing her own tales, B.B. is ravenously reading books from other writers. She enjoys spending time with her husband and toddler.
“Just One Kiss is published by Mynd Matters Publishing, ISBN 978-0-9899164-7-9.