1 online resource (1 audio file (10hr., 04 min.)) : digital.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [United States] : Insatiable Press, 2023.
- Distributor: Made available through hoopla
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|Participant or Performer Note:||Read by Jameson Adams, Vivienne LaRue.|
|Summary, etc.:||An exclusive society of the world's most powerful gentlemen. Nothing will get between them and the women they want. Hope Malloy is not intimidated by rich, powerful men. So when she's hired to find a bride for billionaire Rafe Sterling, she's certain the assignment will be easy. Not only is he sexy and a renowned philanthropist, the man is heir to one of the country's largest hotel fortunes. Who wouldn't want to marry him? Rafe Sterling does not want a wife. Too bad it's the one thing he desperately needs. His father ran off with a woman half his age, and Rafe can't become permanent CEO of Sterling Worldwide unless he's married. When he's ambushed by the competent matchmaker, he's captivated by her intelligence and seductive innocence. All of a sudden, he is thinking about a future and having her under his complete and total command. Will she run when she discovers his deepest, darkest secrets and shocking, sensual demands? Sierra Cartwright was born in England, and her early childhood was spent traipsing through castles and dreaming of happily-ever afters. She was raised in the Wild West and now lives in Galveston, Texas. She loves the beach and the artistic vibe of the island. The international #1 best-selling author began writing books in elementary school, where her wonderful librarian "published" her first book, which was edited by her mum! Mum was very gentle when she told Sierra that baby was not spelled "babby." Sierra has one incredible daughter -- her "PA Extraordinaire" and right-hand lady. www.sierracartwright.com|
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