Harper Dallas is so desperate for the job, she’s willing to lie on her resume to get it. But she has a good reason, and she’s qualified. So that makes it OK, right?
Ethan Young is her devastatingly hot and sexy new boss, and he hired her based on her lie. He’s wonderful, and he’s falling hard for Harper. But office romance is forbidden, so he can’t touch her, no matter what his heart and hormones say.
But when the boss and employee take a business trip to Las Vegas, well… what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!
Eventually, Harper knows she must tell Ethan the truth, even if it means risking everything… her newfound happiness, her amazing job, and the man of her dreams.
Her lie is eating her alive. If she comes clean, will their love survive?
Today is a big day for me.
I released my 7th romance novel, and it’s the 3rd book in my Young Series.
Play Time, which I’m featuring today, tells the story about the irresistible playboy Gavin… who swears he’d never settle down.
Play Time Description
Crystal is on the most important journey of her life, when she moves in next door to Gavin. Gavin is the hot playboy who, suddenly, only has eyes for Crystal. But she can’t give her heart to anyone right now. She’s healing from her traumatic past.
Desperate to win her heart, Gavin is determined to help her heal, and she lets him in to try.
But his playboy past keeps coming up everywhere they turn. It threatens to destroy them, and the final blow shatters their world.
Both heartbroken, can they somehow find a way to build a future together?
*Author’s note: Play Time is a stand-alone, steamy romance novel in the Young Brothers Series with a Happily Ever After.
What does this mean for you?
If you haven’t started the series, then I recommend starting with Fake It. (Ethan and Harper’s story). It’s a sexy steamy boss and employee relationship that’ll leave you fanning your face from the heat.
After that, it’s Count on Me (Benjamin and Penny’s story) which is an opposites attract, steamy love story that’s full of laughs, angsty moments, and sweet love.
Although each novel is a standalone story, they still read better in order.
Enjoy and happy reading.