Ellie Michaels works in a junk shop masquerading as a destination for fine antiques. With as small as Mulholland is, it's quite literally the only opening she could find. Almost content in her tiny world, Ellie sits behind her counter and watches life pass her by. That is, until billionaire CEO Nikolai Scipio comes crashing into Ellie's world.
Nikolai "Nick" Scipio is overseeing the construction of his company's new headquarters. The problem is neither the board, nor the majority of investors are behind the move. With his decision to move the headquarters of his multi-billion dollar corporation, Stingray, to Mulholland, a place where dreams go to die and business goes never, it's just the excuse the board needs to start making life very difficult for Nick. Only, they don't know the real reason Nick is in Mulholland.
Charmed (and more than a little disoriented) by Nick, Ellie eventually relents and accepts his invitation to dinner. She doesn't know anything about business, much less what's about to happen at Stingray, but there's something so familiar in the way Nick looks at her. When rumors start circulating about why Nick is really in Mulholland, Ellie and Nick will have to pull together or be torn apart.
I loved the story and the characters. Too much business jargon but it was entertaining.
Good but the typos
The story line is good I’d rate that as a 4 of 5. Having typos that change the meaning of your sentence is not cool. It’s one thing to have of instead of off but a whole new word isn’t good.