Brooks Barry was a corporate shark and one of the youngest billionaires in Australia. For five years he travelled the world, buying up floundering businesses, streamlining them and then selling them off for profit. He was good at what he did, but there was something missing in his life. When one of his good friends fell in love, Brooks decided that maybe it was time to go home and actually live in the mansion he’d built for his wife before she left him for her ex-boyfriend. Seeing Hunter and Bailey together made Brooks think that maybe he could find that if he would only stop running from the heartbreak of his divorce.
Harper Fenwick had been a nanny for four and a half years, but she’d never had to face this situation before. Her employer, Heather, had decided that she was sick of being a single mother and instructed Harper to take her daughter, Piper, to her father. The only problem was that he didn’t know she existed. When she first laid eyes on Brooks Barry, she could barely get a word out due to a large part of her brain shutting down as lust took over her frontal cortex. She immediately developed a major crush on her boss and she still had to explain about the four year old little girl who was dying to meet him.
This is a standalone sexy billionaire romance - no cliff-hanger!
*This is a ‘Too Hot to Handle’ romance on the Emma Lea rating scale - These are definitely 18+ reads and contain graphic sex scenes and high level swearing – not for the faint of heart.
Enjoyed this story. Really liked Brooks and Harper together. Looking forward to the next in the series.
Loving the series hoping that you continue their stories for a second book on each!
The New Romance Classic
Love this authors work, was patiently waiting for the release! As always a riveting unpredictable story line, seductive saucy scenes made only better by the creative depth each character has, the way it all gets articulated and intertwined into one book is a key feature of this author that leaves you craving more. A must read to say the least, nothing better than enjoying a glass of wine and Emma Lea’s writing.