Charming CEO by Lila Monroe EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Lila Monroe
- Language: English
- Formats: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Available For Free Download
- Genre: Contemporary Romance Fiction, Billionaire Romance
- Price: Free
- File Size: 2 MB
FOR A WOMAN BROWSING sex toy catalogs at noon on a Monday,
you’d think my life was a whole lot… steamier than it is right now.
I mean, don’t get me wrong, bless the soul who first put two and two
together and came up with a solo, rechargeable device (and hands-free? Even
better for holding that Kindle), but flipping through the latest wifi-paired
devices promising twice the fun in one little package, I find myself wishing
that I had an eager and willing partner in saucy crimes.
And, you know, that my research wasn’t strictly professional.
“Day drinking, Piper? Do we need to stage an intervention?”
I stifle a yelp of surprise, slamming my laptop shut before anyone can see
my screen. I’m at Mavericks bar, working on my business plan at the bar
with a mimosa. I figured it would be quiet enough to go unnoticed.
Clearly, I was wrong.
“Says the man with a beer in his hand, who co-owns the bar.” I reply,
narrowing my eyes at the interruption. It’s Flynn McCord also known as my
brother’s best friend.
Also also known as the bane of my existence.
He gives a shrug, his gaze already moving to the group of brunching
blondes by the window. Two of them flutter in his direction, with a wave of
their hands—and then they frown at each other when they realize they both
know him. Pretty well, I’d guess.
“Whoops,” I say with a smile. “Looks like your game’s up.”
“No game,” Flynn says, unruffled. In his trademark flannel shirt and work
jeans, he’s still pulling off the whole ‘rugged craftsman’ thing, and from the
look of the blondes, it’s been working quite well. “We’re all adults here. At
least, most of us are,” he adds, ruffling my hair as he saunters off to charm
the blondes back into submission.
Or a threesome, knowing his track record.
Not that I care. Not one bit.
I take a sip of my mimosa and try to focus on work. My older brother
owns the place with his friends, and since I don’t have an office just yet, I’ll
take all the space I can get. A girl can only stare too long at her apartment
walls, and I already had to bail on a coffee shop when they started playing
101 Most Melancholy Breakup Anthems.
“Any chance of a drink?” A male voice interrupts me.
“I don’t work here,” I reply, before looking up. Then I blink. The tall,
blonde guy leaning against the bar has a scruffy beard and a baseball cap
pulled low over his eyes, but there’s still something familiar about him…
“Think anyone would mind if I help myself?” he asks, and then doesn’t
wait for a reply before he rounds the empty bar, grabs a bottle of bourbon and
pours a healthy splash.
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