April Love












ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-006-2
Page Count: 116
Word Count: 24922
Rating: Spicy(PG13)


Golden Decade of Rock and Roll Series

Eleanor Martin is every company's dream employee. She arrives early, stays late and never misses a day. If it weren't for Eleanor's skill as a private secretary, her architect boss would never make a deadline. Not only does she keep him on track, she runs interference between him and his over-bearing mother, his deadbeat brother, and the half dozen or so women who want to bed him and/or wed him.

When Jess Norton acquires a new client who asks him to build a palatial hideaway on Grand Cayman Island, Jess is certain he'll never be able to complete the multi-million dollar job without the help of his efficient secretary.  Despite her reservations, he convinces Eleanor to accompany him on the assignment of a lifetime.

The sun and the sand cast the perfect spell for romance But will the tides turn in the opposite direction?

Rating: Spicy
Page Count: 109
Word Count: 24922
ISBN 978-1-62830-006-2    

Excerpt:

Just when she thought he wouldn’t comment further on the file, he added, “Then, book a second airline seat for yourself on the flight to Grand Cayman.”

“But—”

Jess quickly interrupted any excuse she might have given. “If anyone can help me pull this all together on such short notice, Miss Martin, it’s you. Book the flights, our hotel accommodations, and advise Mack MacKenzie of our arrival date.”

“What about the office?” she asked. “Who’s going to run things here?” As an excuse it wasn’t much, but all she had at the moment.

“As I see it, if I’m not here, you don’t need to be here. Paula can handle any emergencies and the receptionist can take your messages.”

“When do you want to leave?” she asked.

“Day after tomorrow, preferably. Or, as soon as you can rearrange my schedule.”

“Day after tomorrow is Saturday.”

“You’ve never minded working weekends before,” he pointed out. “Plus, we can get a head start on the next week and be home before you know it.”

Eleanor left her boss’ office in a daze. He’d been right when he’d said she never minded working weekends; she’d just not expected the weekend to be on Grand Cayman Island. Mentally she began a list of everything she’d need to get done, starting with flights, hotel and a rental car, followed by what she’d need to pack. In the back of her mind, something told her this was not going to work out well.

However, short of breaking a leg, she didn’t see a way out of making the trip.




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