Selling Out to the Billionaire

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7.46
He's rich, arrogant, and he's about to make me lose everything.
Derek Conway is my first client. I was so excited about selling a house and finally making some money. But I never expected him to be the client from hell.
Even if he's got abs of steel and a jaw that could cut through glass, the guy is completely awful. I'd punch him if I wasn't busy drooling on his shined shoes.
Nothing I show him is good enough. In fact, the only thing that has caught his attention is... me.
How can he eye-screw me while scolding me at the same time? And why does it turn me on so much?
If I don't get him to close on a deal soon, I'll end up on the street. I'd work with someone else but Derek won't let me. He demands all of my time.
Just when I think I've given him enough, he asks for more.
How far does he plan to push me?
And what if I can't say no?

This is a standalone novella with a HEA and NO cheating!
Penny Wylder writes just that-- wild romances. Happily Ever Afters are always better when they're a little dirty, so if you're looking for a page turner that will make you feel naughty in all the right places, jump right in and leave your panties at the door!

Book Info

  • Original Title:Selling Out to the Billionaire
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.46 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01N6AG5SE
  • Publisher:Published November 28th 2016 by Penny Wylder Books

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The minute I hear the mailman leave I’m pouncing on the mailbox. I had enough dignity to not actually be standing outside waiting for him—barely. My real estate license should be here today. That means I can call Jeremy and start working right away, and I can’t start working soon enough. That’s what the numbers in my bank account are telling me anyway. I carry the mail into the kitchen, ignoring the fact that there is more than one envelope with large threatening red letters.

Yes! There it is. I tear open the envelope and pull out the little laminated card and stare at it. My picture isn’t great—but what ID picture is ever great? Who cares? I’m licensed. I can finally say I sell homes for a living, and finally actually have something to live off. This is L.A., everyone wants to live here. In the meantime, the last of my savings will cover me until I can get my first hous...

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Reviews

Tarita · 03-31-2018

Good;)♡

Ms. A · 09-15-2018

Good one

Salti · 09-16-2018

It's good