Top Floor (Rendezvous #1)

Top Floor (Rendezvous #1)

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Cassie By FlamingLeeAndre Completed

Claire Sparks works at a five-star hotel called Bishop Lodgings for the rich and elite. At the age of twenty-five, she was able to take over the role of general manager. Recently though, rumors have been flying around that the hotel’s going to get a new boss, and he’s the son of the current owner.

When the new boss comes to visit the hotel, Claire’s surprised to find him young at the age of thirty-one. His name is Heath Bishop, and he proves to Claire that he’s just as capable–if not more–as his father with running Bishop Lodgings. Not only that, but he also makes Claire question herself as to whether or not she really is immune to dangerously handsome men.

But just when she thinks she misjudged him, her new boss calls her out. Claire has no choice but to meet him face-to-face in his lair which is the top floor of the hotel. It’s the largest and best suite of Bishop Lodgings, made for the owner’s leisure and comfort.

But what exactly does Heath Bishop want with Claire Sparks on the top floor?

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  • babies
  • bishop
  • boss
  • claire
  • family
  • friends
  • generalfiction
  • heath
  • hotel
  • job
  • kids
  • lodgings
  • manager
  • party
  • revenge
  • work
kanyeet kanyeet Apr 22
Omg I remember reading this story a WHILE ago but never got around to finishing it. I forgot how much I loved Claire😂😂
if i were her i would be thinking bout how to control myself in front of him
ksooknanan ksooknanan Feb 24
Ok, they are freaking kids why they looking under scratch that, I did that to my mom as a kid and secondly why u wearing boxers
Emmawatson-fan Emmawatson-fan May 29, 2017
Shouldn't he call her Miss-her offense to the author
stained_teardrops stained_teardrops Jun 28, 2017
I thought my eye color was black for the longest time in my childhood (they're brown)
yuka_82 yuka_82 Jul 02, 2017
I like that the story is written in third person point of view , it's different . Other stories that I've read are all in first person point of view