“You know, most women would sell their grandmother for an opportunity like this.”
“Being locked in the elevator with me.”
When a fantasy author Laurel Maynard meets a mobile app billionaire Logan Avery, she knows he is the embodiment of an arrogant and aloof dragon in her book. She can’t wait to learn everything about him to make the dragon as real as possible. What she doesn’t take into account is that the billionaire playboy might be like a dragon in real life too—until she burns herself.
Logan has never met a woman who pays more attention to her imaginary world than reality—or him. And he doesn’t really appreciate that she makes him into a character in her book. Surely a real man would be more interesting than an imaginary dragon.
But before Logan realises he might be too much of a dragon after all, he has ruined everything. Can he make things work out between them and become the man in real life for Laurel and not just in her imagination?
I published this book previously in 2015 as Hannah Kane. It has been edited lightly for typos, but is essentially the same book.