This prince charming has the world at his fingertips.
Anything real estate mogul Thad Worthington wants, he gets—except true love.
Until one cold night when he meets a woman with a warm heart.
But his would-be princess has no desire to risk her heart for a second chance at a fairy tale, not when she’s already widowed and a single mother.
After one scorching kiss that leaves him changed forever, Thad won’t let his princess run from him.
When her wicked stepmother threatens to ruin this fairy tale, Thad is left holding a glass slipper and searching for the woman he can’t live without.
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A fun new billionaire romance from USA TODAY bestselling author Lauren Smith that will leave you laughing and aching for more.
Enter Beckham Ellicott: hot, rich, and the worst neighbor ever.
His playboy ways with a never-ending line of companions should be an instant turn off for shy Poppy Ashford, but she can’t help but be curious. Ok, mildly interested. Ok, maybe interested but also completely annoyed from her much quieter apartment beneath his lavish penthouse.
Until one night he shows up at her door completely naked with nothing but a dishtowel to cover his… well, you know.
Can the inexperienced new lawyer survive the flirtatious real estate mogul? Or will one night of seduction erode the walls they’ve both worked hard to build?
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There were three things Henley Cunningham knows about Russell Rawlings.
- He was gorgeous. He was the kind of hot and sweet sort of golden boy that made a girl simultaneously want to dance and sing like she was in an old-time musical number and drop her panties.
- She hadn’t seen him since she was fifteen.
- He was her stepbrother. But looking at him now and remembering all of the things she’d wanted him to do to her… her infatuation had been the worst idea in the history of ideas.
He’s home for the summer after her first year of college and the last thing she needs to do is let her childhood crush cause trouble…but that’s just what Russell Rawlings is…TROUBLE.More info →