In that perfect stranger, I found my fairytale…
Olivia Cadwell, brilliant with numbers but still having trouble figuring out where she fits into the world, is on the run from her hometown, courtesy of her mother's boyfriend—who has decided that Olivia is his next target.
Leo Folley, head of the multi-billion-dollar company his father started, is minding his own business and carrying on as usual… until his publicist gives him a deadline: Find a girlfriend, play nice with the press, and be a better face for the company, or the board is going to make trouble.
When Leo finds Olivia sleeping in her car in the alley outside of his office, he sees the perfect answer to his dilemma: a girl who needs money and a place to stay in exchange for playing his date for the big charity auction. For Olivia, it's the perfect solution: money, a place to stay, and safety from the man she's sure is searching for her. What's not to love?
They both believe they can get through the week without taking anything too seriously.
They're both wrong.
A job is a job, until you're the boss' pretty woman…
The Millionaire's Pretty Woman Series
Book 1 – Perfect Stranger
Book 2 – Captive Devotion
Book 3 – Sweet Temptations
Great story just disappointing that you don’t get to read the whole story and have to Purchase the next book
Getting to the end of this book was somewhat painful, literally nothing of significance happens for the entire length! You learn nothing about any of the characters and there is no development. The only thing I know for certain is that the leading lady here may actually be mentally unstable. The thought process is so ridiculously over the top that it makes it impossible to keep going. But I did. And then, at the end of 300 or so pages, after learning nothing and no real story progression, I now have to pay for the next book where I’m not even convinced I will learn anything new! The way this is written, I’m convinced I still won’t know a damn thing about the characters by the end of the series!
I love this genre of writing, and have read just about everything available in it, and I suggest you skip this one. If you love characters you fall in love with and root for, you won’t enjoy this book.