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Kiz & Matt: A Forbidden Love Romance Short Story

Kiz & Matt: A Forbidden Love Romance Short Story

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You never know what you're gonna get when you meet someone off a dating app. This will not end well. I'm sure of it.


Main Tropes

  • Short Read
  • Contemporary Sweet Romance
  • Small Town
  • Unrequited Love
  • Blind Date
  • Ex's Brother


My best friend met a guy on a dating app, and now she wants to meet him.

Except you never know what you're gonna get when you finally meet the person you've been talking to. Now, she's dragging me on a blind date with her, her new guy, and one of his friends. Just to be safe.

This will not end well. I'm sure of it.

Especially when I discover the guy's friend is my cheating ex-boyfriend's brother, Matt.


I've got to find a way to get out of this date, and fast! But how can I when my friend and her date have hit it off so fabulously?

Now Matt's bent on proving he isn't anything like his little brother. And, darn it! I'm beginning to wonder. Am I going to get out of this night with my heart intact? Or does Kismet have something else planned?

Kiz & Matt is a 7,000-word small-town forbidden love sweet romance set in the Walla Walla Sweet Romance Universe.

Intro Into Chapter 1

Blind Date


“Count me out,” Kiz said between gasps. She shook her head, and her dark brown ponytail stuck to her cheek. There was no way she’d join a dating app. “I don’t love you enough, so quit asking.”

“Please?” Signey pressed a button on her own treadmill and stopped the machine. “I need someone to double date with me. I can’t go out alone with some guy I’ve never met. That’s how people end up on the news. I may never come back and you’ll find my body lying alongside the road naked and decomposing.”

Signey wiped a lock of blonde hair from her eye and ran her forearm over her forehead. “Then you’d be sorry you didn’t do me this teensy weensy little favor.”

Signey stuck out her bottom lip and frowned. “C’mon. It’ll be fun. Parker said he had a friend. You won’t even have to find a date. Just show up and they’ll take care of all the rest.”

“Are you kidding me?” Kiz couldn’t believe Signey would even ask. “I’ve been single for all of two months. Being single is nice. I have no desire to go back into the dating bog. It wasn’t fun two years ago, and I’m ninety-nine-point-nine percent sure it won’t be fun this time around either.”

Especially since her boyfriend cheated on her.

Yeah, she wasn’t venturing back into the cesspool of dating anytime soon.

Kiz’s treadmill beeped, and the belt rose. Between breaths, she said, “Why… don’t you… ask… Darcy?”

“Darcy is working that night.”

“Estelle?” Kiz asked between panting breaths.

Signey folded her toned arms over her chest. “Visiting her brother in Oregon.” She reached over to Kiz’s treadmill and pressed the STOP button.

“Kizzy, stop working out for ten seconds and listen to me.”

Kiz’s treadmill slowed to a stop and dropped to the gym’s cement floors. Kiz looked at the ceiling with all the open industrial pipes and halogen lights and groaned.

“I don’t want to go!”

“I took your cousin to his Senior Prom, remember?”

“That was two years ago.”

“It doesn’t make it any less horrifying,” Signey said. “He had broccoli in his teeth all night, and he smelled of garlic. Plus, he told everyone I was his college girlfriend and tried to kiss me in front of his friends.”

Signey shuddered. “That was the worst date of my life. You owe me.”

Kiz stepped off her treadmill, sprayed it with antibacterial spray, and wiped it down. “I sang at your Aunt Franny’s funeral.”

“I played spin the bottle and had to kiss Bubba Frankle because you wanted to be in the closet with Jed Black.”

A grin spread across Kiz’s face. Signey nearly broke their friendship over that one. “C’mon. Bubba was cute. At least he brought you flowers and chocolates and… well, yeah. He pretty much stalked you. But in a cute sort of way.”

“See?” Signey threw her arms into the air. “I’ve made sacrifices for you, too!”

“Fine,” Kiz said. “But only because Jed was a pretty fantastic kisser… and because my cousin was a rat. That was totally uncool.”

Kiz took a swig of water from the canister she’d grabbed from the treadmill and stood directly in front of Signey. “But after this date we’re even. You can’t use Bubba or my cousin against me again.”

“Deal.” Signey grabbed Kiz’s arm and tugged her past the free weights toward the locker rooms. “C’mon. I want to show you what Parker looks like.”

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