Release Blitz for Like a Boss by Sylvia Pierce & Lili Valente
away from tearing up my journalism degree and hurling my laptop into the Hudson
River. So when I smell a juicy story brewing at my brother’s Wall Street
investment firm, I’ll do whatever it takes to get my scoop.
later, I’m deep undercover as the firm’s newest broker, simultaneously
gathering intel and spouting off stock tips like a boss.
on paper, but there’s a catch: The actual boss.
Panty-melter Jack Holt is cocky. Infuriating. And one smoldering look has me
ready to violate every rule in the employee handbook.
assignment has an expiration date. Because falling for my brother’s best friend
and business partner is a lose-lose proposition. Right?
hot tip? Here’s one.
friend’s little sister. Especially when she’s an investigative journalist and
your company is the target of her latest exposé.
got a hard-on for high-risk bets, and I’m more than eager to invest my considerable stock
holdings in Ellie Seyfried’s… ahem… glorious assets.
benefits is a sweet deal, but it’s not long before I’m falling harder than the
post-bubble Nasdaq, hooked on Ellie’s sweet smile and determination to make the
world a better place.
There’s only one
When it comes to
risking my money, I’ve mastered every trick in the book. But how the hell do I
risk my heart?
Also available in audio, narrated by
Sebastian York & Andi Arndt
headstrong women and the gorgeous alpha guys who never see them coming. She
believes that life should be a lot like her favorite books—smoking hot, with
happy endings and lots of temptations, twists, and trouble along the way. She
lives in New York City with a strong, sexy husband who appreciates her devious
mind, loves making her laugh, and always keeps her guessing. Like the heroes in
her stories, Sylvia’s man didn’t see her coming… but after nearly twenty years
together, he’s finally figured out who’s boss!
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dinner at midnight with French men who couldn’t be trusted to keep their mouths
on their food, and walked alone through Munich’s red light district after dark
and lived to tell the tale.
water and thinking delightfully dirty thoughts.