And it's basically the same old stuff:
_ Rachel lets us know _thoroughly_ how much vampire hormones turn her on.
_Rachel comments on how good Ivy looks;
_ Rachel expresses jealousy over Ivy's latest romantic _ and food... Ivy's a vampire _ interest, but she makes sure to reiterate that she doesn't like her that way...
_ Rachel once again shows us how amazing her kitchen is;
_ Rachel expresses some sort of interest over every single new male character that enters the Hollows series;
Not Quite Dating is composed by famous writter Catherine Bybee. It tells a romantic story of beautiful waitress and single mom Jessica “Jessie” Mann is practical to a fault. As a single mom, she devoted all her heart to looking after her only son so she never dates when she can. She’d be determined to provide her son with a more secure upbringing ground than the one she had. She believed she could offer a as comfortable home to her son as when she was wed with a husband with big bucks.
As a result, when Jack Morrison—a sexy dreamy costomer who wore always the broken cowboy hat and always had a seductive grin—tries to flirt with her, she turns him down. She deeply doubts a carefree dreamer like Jack can provide financial security that her son and she need.
Yet with Christmas just coming nearer, Jessie did not descide to spend it alone, so charming Texan is proved to be hard to resist.
As for Jack, as the heir to the Morrison luxury hotel empire, he is used to being fawned over. But Jack needs someone who can really fall in love with him—not his wealth. He’s set his sights on Jessie, though her hardened heart just might get in the way…To be sure, he conceals his true identity and offers to help Jessie find the rich husband she seeks. But Jack’s daring charade may rob him of the holiday.
So you may have the guess right, Jack wins Jessie's hear over and they are united in one beautiful bright day.
When Jessie walks down the red aisle in her pretty church wedding dresses towards Jack, she knows she will be the most happy woman the day since.