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Wednesday, March 2, 2016
*** Review, Giveaway & Release Blast For HIS SECRETARY'S SURPRISE FIANCE by Joanne Rock ***
is the second book in the Bayou Billionaires; they can
be read as standalone
novels. That being said this series
is written by two different authors. So I
was worried that this
book may not be as good as the first. Have to say I have
never been happier to be wrong. This book was oh so good.
This book is about
the half brother Dempsey and Addy his
best friend. Well they used to be better
friends, but when
Addy threatens to leave he loses it. And dose the only thing
he can think to keep her. And man does it really throw Addy
off her game. And then
that has her wondering, if he really
feels that way about her that she feels
for him. I love the ring
he gives her. The heart he puts into this ring shows
her. He just needs to see that he loves her. This book was
so good I had
to read it straight through. I cannot wait to read
the next brothers book.Now
before I ruin this for you I will
leave off here. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.
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Her boss wants her in his office—and as his bride!
Adelaide Thibodeaux grew up with Dempsey Reynaud, and
she's worked for him for years. But when the billionaire
football coach springs a surprise engagement to keep her
from resigning, it's a low blow. Just as she's ready to strike
out on her own, she's stuck in a fake relationship with her
boss, biding her time…
But soon Adelaide faces a second blow: she's actually falling
for the man! Can a relationship founded on a lie become the
real deal? Or will they fumble before the end zone—and stay
in the friend zone?
can’t leave now.” He didn’t have time to hash this out. And he would damn well
have his way.
going after the press conference. I told you I would come back for the
pre-season, and now it’s done.” Frowning, she twisted the bracelet round and
round on her wrist. “I shouldn’t have returned this year at all, especially if
this ends up causing hard feelings between us. But I can send your next
assistant all my files.”
kind. He clamped his mouth shut against the scathing responses that simmered,
close to boiling over. He deserved better from her and she knew it.
if she was going to see him through the press conference, he still had forty
minutes to change her mind. Forty minutes to figure out a way to force her
hand. A way to make her stay by his side through the season.
he needed was the right play call.
that case, I appreciate the heads-up,” he said, planting his hands on her waist
and shuffling her away from the door. “But I’d better get this press conference
eyes widened as he touched her, but she stepped aside, hectic color rising in
her cheeks even though they’d always been just friends. He’d protected that
friendship because it was special. She was special. He’d never wanted to sacrifice
that relationship to something as fickle as attraction even though there’d
definitely been moments over the years when he’d been tempted. But logic and
reason—and respect for Adelaide—had always won out in the past. Then again,
he’d never touched her the way he had today and it was messing with his head.
Seeing that awareness on her face now, feeling the answering kick of it in his
blood, made him wonder if—
course we need to get to the conference.” She grabbed her earpiece and shoved
it into place as she bit her lip. “Let’s go.”
held the door for her, watching as she hurried up the hallway ahead of him, the
subtle sway of her hips making his hands itch for a better feel of her. No
doubt about it, she was going to be angry with him. In time, she would see he
had her best interests at heart.
he had the perfect plan to keep her close and the ideal venue—a captive
audience full of media members—to execute it. As much as he regretted hurting a
friend, he also knew she would understand at a gut level if she knew him half
as well as he thought she did.
game was on the line. And this was for the win.