By Nadia Lee
Published: Feb. 04, 2011
Words: 47,251 (approximate)
Natalie Hall doesn't want to repeat her past mistake of giving her heart to the wrong man. Alex Damon has his own reasons for pursuing her. What neither anticipated is the sizzling attraction between them that threatens to turn into something much more, and the dark secrets that can destroy them both.
After a rapid change in management, Natalie Hall is surprised to find that she's being promoted so quickly. But when it becomes obvious that the new CEO is interested in her on a more personal level, she pushes him away -- she doesn't want to repeat her past mistake of giving her heart to the wrong man.
A self-made billionaire, Alex Damon has his own reasons for pursuing Natalie. Her adoptive father, a powerful U.S. senator, is using his political clout to protect his friends the Rodales, who Alex intends to destroy for ripping his own family apart when he was a child. Furthermore, he suspects that Natalie is spying for the Rodales.
What he hasn't planned on is her unflinching sense of loyalty and integrity, the sizzling attraction between them that threatens to turn into something much more, and the dark secrets that can destroy them both.
, billionaire romance
, boss and employee
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on Oct. 05, 2011 :
Should have been given 5 stars if Alex had done a bit more grovelling and Natalie had not been such a doormat. Quite abrupt ending.
(reviewed the day of purchase)