Billionaire for Christmas
A brilliant billionaire boss. A crush she can’t shake. A Christmas she’ll never forget.
Ivy Steadman is not in love with her boss. Because first of all, technically speaking, she’s an independent contractor, so he’s not her boss. And second of all, she’s way too professional to fall for someone she works with. Someone it’s her job to sell to the public. Someone who only thinks of her as a colleague, or, at best, a friend. Only a fool would fall for their own marketing like that.
Alec Ames is completely in love with his PR Specialist. He’s tried to keep it professional, but there’s no denying the chemistry between him and Ivy. He thinks she just might feel the same way. There’s really only one way to find out.
His plan? Sweep her off her feet at the big holiday party he’s throwing for all the employees. He’s got the perfect night planned, from the lush and elegant Christmas decor to the string quartet ready with her favorite holiday song. What could possibly go wrong?
Driving the Billionaire
“This story sparkles with delightful banter as it sweeps you away with its cozy, addictive romantic charm!” – Bestselling Author Geralyn Corcillo ★★★★★
A hopeless romantic who has given up hope. A billionaire who has everything except what he really wants. One car. One storm. One Valentine’s Day to remember.
Sabrina Hopewell is swearing off romance. Sure, she’s been a sap her whole life, and most of the stage plays she’s written have been silly, swoony rom-coms. But after her latest heartbreak, she’s decided it’s time to grow up and leave the fairy tales behind. Unfortunately, it’s Valentine’s Day, and the entire city seems to be conspiring to make sure she doesn’t forget it. Which is why when the opportunity to get out of town for the day comes up, Sabrina doesn’t hesitate. Just her luck, her attempt to escape lands her in a car with New York’s most eligible dreamboat.
Noah Prince, a.k.a. “Prince Charming,” leads a charmed life. Or at least that’s what the gossip columns would have you believe. Still, he’s happy enough. Or he was until earlier this morning. Now he’s not sure what he is. Or what he’s going to do. All he knows is he needs to get out of the city now. He packs a bag and calls a car service. It’s a little strange that his driver seems to actively dislike him, but he’s far too preoccupied to care.
But when heavy snow hits, things take a sharp turn . . . right off the road. Now Sabrina and Noah will have to work together to get through the night. But will they be the same in the morning?