Robyn Tindall’s new boss has a penchant for running off new personal assistants before lunch, but she’s not about to let herself be fired by the billionaire with a bad attitude, no matter how good he looks. She’s determined to be indispensable and unflappable, until he surprises her with a crazy proposal.
Curtis Frye is impressed with his new assistant’s dedication and decides she could be the answer to his publicity problems if only she’ll agree to marry him. It’s the perfect plan. He can offer her the world—everything he thinks a woman desires. But Robyn doesn’t want anything money can buy. She wants a happily ever after with a man who loves her. If only he can convince her love is off the table, not to mention convince his heart of that…
Previously published as Her Cinderella Complex in December 2008, and has been enhanced with new material.
Each book in the Invested in Love series is STANDALONE:
*The Billionaire's Runaway Fiancee
*The Billionaire's Private Scandal
*The Billionaire's Holiday Engagement
*The Billionaire's Reluctant Fiancee
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Enjoyed this one so much! Curtis Frye appears to be the typical get whatever he wants billionaire boss but he was so much deeper than that. With his own personal demons he has sworn off ever getting too involved with women. The media is making things hard for him though and having a fiance would solve most of his problems. That's were his assistant Robyn comes in. She's hardworking and dedicated. Perfect for his plan. He may promise her the world but he can't give her the one thing she wants the most....to own his heart.
This one is very well done. Great writing and interesting characters with a bit of depth I didn't expect made this one a wonderful read. I highly recommend it.
This story was way too drawn out and dull. All the conversations were boring and you feel nothing for the bland, main characters. I think the only interesting part was when her bright bedroom was described. I read as much as I could since I paid for it but I didn’t even bother with reading the epilogue, which is usually what we all love reading.