It's been twenty years since the event that shattered my childhood. My mom isn't ready for me to move out but she still found me the perfect condo. It's only on the second floor so I won't have to brave the elevator and all the neighbors are either elderly or other young women. No men. Perfect.
I thought I was ready to get a taste of what life has to offer. You know, kick agoraphobia's ass and move past the fears that have held me back. Until the door across the hall opens and everything changes.
There's a man living across the hall from me. A man.
I'm not ready for this.
Owning the building is stressful but comes in handy when I'm renovating my penthouse. My best friend bets me that I won't last a week living in a regular apartment. For some reason he thinks that I isolate myself because I've forgotten where I come from.
He doesn't know I avoid women because they only want a guy like me (big, tatted and uncultured) to horrify their parents or for my money.
But I've never been able to resist a bet so for the next month I'll be in Apartment 2E and proving that the millions I've made haven't changed me a bit.
Until the door across the hall opens and everything changes.
There's a woman living across the hall from me. A woman who makes me want to slay dragons to protect her, bring her cupcakes to make her smile and challenges everything I thought I knew. A woman who makes me want to be better.
I'm not ready for this.
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I was so inspired to write Rosalie's story and Ethan is the perfect hero, even if he doesn't know it yet. You might remember Ethan as the boss-from-hell in my book SAY YOU WILL.
It's the story of a woman who has spent years planning a life with her fiancé, only to discover that he's not the man she thought.
Mara Simmons knows two things for sure: her instincts are always right and Trent Townsend is The One. So when she starts to suspect his frequent business trips have nothing to do with business, she knows what she has to do.
Trust her instincts.
Trent Townsend is living a lie and his worlds are on the verge of colliding. He’s done so much to separate his small town life from his past that one day he realizes he can’t tell what’s real anymore.
When Mara asks family friend Eli Alexander to investigate, she sets in motion a chain of events bigger than she can imagine. Soon she’ll have to make a choice. Stand by her man or…watch it all fall apart.
WARNING: This book contains brazen lies, meddling sisters, encounters with the one percent and really hot domineering billionaire bachelors. Just saying…