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Happy Monday! Let’s stay warm with the series on my author blog where I recommend books so we can start our weeks off right. I’m totally in, so I hope you are!
My recommendations will always be sweet/clean and generally of the romance genre. We may dabble in some romantic suspense, cozy mystery, inspirational, holiday, etc. But I love love, and I keep it sweet in my corner of the world. So that’s what you’ll find here. I’m excited to share!
This week’s books are awesome. We have books with food, Christmas, and fake marriages. What more could you ask for in sweet romance? 😉
She wants to run.
He wants to help her.
But when they must honeymoon together as if they’re the happy couple, will a series of fake events which turn into a fake relationship entice them both back to the altar, only this time for real?
The Trouble with Billionaires
Charlotte has just moved to the perfect small town to build a new life with her son, Taylor. She wants him to grow up to be a better man than his father, whose rich lifestyle brought her nothing but pain during their marriage. When Taylor’s handsome new t-ball coach, Nate Haverton, turns out to be a billionaire, she knows she has to keep him at a distance. But Nate is determined to change her mind.
The Truth about Billionaires
Jill is determined to prove she deserves her position at her father’s consulting firm, so the last thing she has time for is dating. Since her only experience with love ended in heartbreak, she isn’t tempted to break her own rule—until she meets Blake McDaniel. When she’s asked to take a job working with Blake, it’s a great step in her career, but the more time she spends around the attractive, determined billionaire, the harder it is to remember why she wants to stay single.
The Trust of a Billionaire
Hannah is determined to keep her beachfront property, even though she can’t afford to. But it’s her childhood home and she can’t bear to see it plowed down by Carter Ellis, the billionaire investor who keeps raising his offer to buy it. When Carter hires her to be his daughter’s nanny—providing her the income she needs to reject his offer—the irony is not lost on her. However, seeing him as a loving, worried father makes it difficult to enjoy her secret revenge—and even more impossible not to fall for him.
A Tree for the Billionaire
Getting hired as the personal assistant to the intelligent and attractive billionaire Christopher Warren seemed like a fairytale come true for Kate Ryan, but two years later, she hands in her two-weeks notice just before Christmas. How can she keep working for him day after day when she’s in love with him? Not even the most beautiful and fascinating women in the world hold his interest, so there’s clearly no chance for her. Unfortunately, Mr. Warren seems determined to change her mind.
She wants a new life, free from her past.
He wants his old life back before everything went wrong.
What they really need is each other.
Emma’s ex broke her heart and left her broke, making her desperate for a job. A local gym manager asks her to fill in as an assistant after multiple employees failed to show up on Christmas Day. Mistake number one: bringing cookies for her new co-workers. Mistake number two: asking, rather loudly, who’d work out on a holiday?
Will’s modeling career put him on the map. His money kept him there. Now he’s a health and fitness celebrity, filling his gyms, even on Christmas. But a series of losses caused the media to name him the billionaire playboy. When he arrives at his New York City location, his agent suggests his new assistant help him restore his reputation.
The cookie-baking girl.
The protein shakes drinking dude.
The one who doesn’t work out.
The one with abs of steel.
Emma and Will couldn’t be more different except they both have secrets to hide and promises to keep. They could work together to fix their lives but the only problem is they hate each other and both make mistake number three: not knowing whom to trust.
I hope you enjoy! Until next time. <3