My billionaire boss needs me to do something absolutely crazy.
He wants me to pretend we’re engaged.
But I can’t say no, or he’ll lose his daughter and I’ll lose my job.
Fine then. I’ll wear his stupid ring. I’ll be the perfect fiancée for one month.
There’s only one problem. I don’t want to stop pretending.
Housekeeper for a stunningly handsome, male-model billionaire? Yep, that’s my job and it’s as dreamy as it sounds. I get to live in his ridiculously huge mansion, and all I have to do is take care of his mom and daughter, who are practically family. To top it off, the notoriously bossy Mr. King has been away for business since I started.
But he came home today.
Liam King looks like he stepped out of a GQ magazine, and the way he undresses me with his eyes should be illegal. He ignites my body. Every part of it. But It doesn’t matter how tempting he is. I can’t have him.
I can’t risk my job. Even if a guy like him was actually interested in a twenty-two year old virgin like me, I can’t give in. I’ve been in enough relationships to know how they all end: disaster. And if I lose my job, I lose the closest thing to a family I’ve had since my mother passed.
But a fake engagement doesn't really count as a relationship… Right?
This is the first book in the Taken by the Single Dads Series by Penelope Bloom.
This book has some definite steam along with some humor and a feel good storyline. It’s pretty short which makes for a good afternoon read. I love and hate that I wish this book had been expanded but nonetheless it’s a great freebie on iBooks I highly recommend Single Dad’s Virgin by Penelope Bloom!
Finding the Missing Piece
Liam has it all. Money, fame, a daughter and a wonderful mother. What else can he need. Aubrey has taken the housekeeper/nanny position at a beautiful mansion without ever meeting her boss! Instant heat followed by instant drama. Ex wife, ex boyfriend and a demanding job seem to be taking a huge toll on everyone. Can Liam and Aubrey survive or will they thrive under pressure?
Single dad’s virgin
By Penelope Bloom
So,so, so good! It’s funny and moves at such a fast pace you will get to the end and go “thats it?” Because you will want more!