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The Billionaire's Contract 3: Aftermath

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  • Sales Rank:65,648
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:41
  • Publication Date:August 1, 2012
  • ASIN:B008S2A1CE


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Synopsis
Alexis settles into life as Brad's "contract wife", but money and glamour aren't enough for her: she finally decides to accept her feelings and try to win Brad over. But how?

Alexis can't figure it out, and before she knows it, Naomi moves into Brad's townhouse as his "night manager", making things even more difficult for her.


This is the third and final part of The Billionaire's Contract trilogy.
Warning: The material in this book is for mature audiences only and contains graphic sexual content. It is intended only for those aged 18 and above.

Extract:

After we were happily spent and about to fall asleep, Brad said something that made me feel wide awake.
"This is our last night alone," he murmured, "We'll have a new house manager from tomorrow?"
"What? What about Eva?"
"Oh no, I meant a night house manager. Eva'll still come, but Naomi will be the night manager. I'll pick her up on my way home from work and she'll sleep in one of the guest beds upstairs during the night."
"What for?"
"Well, you know, in case we need something at night. She won't be here during the day - she'll leave every morning."
I knew right then that something wasn't right. The hairs along my spine were prickling up. Who was this woman really, and what would she be doing living with us?

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