I’m a billionaire, not a security expert, but even I know my all-American girlfriend taking me down in one smooth move and speaking Russian like a native is suspicious. The worst part? When we’re alone together I’m not sure I care...
“I owe you one."
I didn't realize when I said that to my Navy SEAL buddy he'd actually collect on the debt. Or that it would end with me standing at a ten thousand dollar a head fundraiser while there's a gun strapped to my leg ruining the line of my custom-made Italian suit.
But my issue isn't with that gun. Oh, no. It's my other weapon I can't control when I'm around the sexy-as-sin brunette. She might or might not be a spy. I don't seem to care which while I've got her against the wall with my hand fisted in her hair. So why can't I resist her? Good question.
Oh, and while I figure out if I've been sleeping with the enemy, I've also got to keep us both from being killed by a couple of gun-toting Russians. No problem.
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This exciting, fast-paced novel is part spy thriller, part romance, set in world of the rich, famous and powerful. When handsome, wealthy Brent Hearst gets a call to assist an old friend—and ex-Navy SEAL—he quickly finds himself embroiled in a world of flash social events and suspicious Russian billionaires. Cat Johnson gives her slick and witty hero a healthy dose of attitude. That, combined with her illustrative descriptions of New York City and the luxurious Hamptons, makes Billionaire for Hire great fun to read.
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Billionaire for Hire
I really enjoyed reading this story. There were parts in it where I chuckled, worried, became angry and felt sad. The author was able to involved me wholly in the story. I was hooked from beginning to end. The story was well written and flowed logically. The characters were likeable and even a bit over imaginative at times (hence the chuckles). I was happy that the characters were able to overcome their issues to find their happy ever after. Watch out for a bit of a cliff hanger at the end.
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