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Mr. CEO and Me

Mr. CEO and Me

128K Reads 5.2K Votes 26 Part Story
newgirl244 By newgirl244 Updated Mar 17

'Sometimes, the person you hate the most, is the person you can't live without'

Meet Maddison Green, the 27 year old simple small town girl from Texas, who's bubbly, full of life,  stands for what she believes in, and won't change herself to conform to people's expectations. 

Meet Xavier Andrews, the 28 year old self made, ruthless, 'win at all costs' billionaire. Who believes everything can be bought in the world, including love. He has no consideration for relationships and can even manipulate people to achieve his ambitions. He rarely smiles due to a dark past. 

What happens when fate forces the two to work together? Will Maddison be able to uncover the man behind the billionaire? Will she be able to bring back the old Xavier?

mamba44 mamba44 Mar 14, 2016
Xavier sounds like a real jerk hopefully he is just pissed by the sudden feelings he has for this beautiful Maddison
Amy991517 Amy991517 Feb 04
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                              Mr. Andrews does seem like a real jerk, but I'll withhold further judgement until him and Maddy have a bit more interaction.
janmwhite janmwhite May 20, 2016
Lol, nice. You managed to give us a bit of her background by putting into dialogue, that's clever, I like it. I like this chapter. Easygoing, met a new friend, and all that. Still a bit rushed with little descriptions though. And that CEO is freaking hot
Amy991517 Amy991517 Feb 04
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                              Classic intro. I can see where this is going. I can't wait to see a little bit more interaction with her new boss. Hope they have chemistry:)
wendymarvel10 wendymarvel10 Dec 22, 2016
Me whenever I'm in class and the teacher assigns homework last second
wendymarvel10 wendymarvel10 Dec 22, 2016
Normally… I wouldn't reply to author note and I'd skip them… but idk this book is worth it