Who Needs Morals?: The Retelling | New Adult [ON HOLD]

Who Needs Morals?: The Retelling | New Adult [ON HOLD]

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❋Mari Martin❋ By Nilly_ Updated Sep 16, 2016

[The content within this book is meant for mature readers due to language, adult situations, and sexual content. Readers discretion is advised]

"I won't pressure you, Corinne. I'll let you choose; and when you come back to me, you'll never leave again."

••••

Will it all continue to be about the money?

Like many other residents who moved to New York to fulfill a dream, Corinne DuVal found herself desperate for employment and a decent paycheck. Then she came across an AD for San Giamo Enterprises...

Luca San Giamo moved from Italy years ago in order to start a business that would take America by storm. However the climb to the top put a terrible strain on his marriage, and now that he is where he wants to be he finds his bed cold. To resolve this issue, he puts out an AD in search for a woman willing to fill the assistant position. A simple contract of one year would require the new girl to perform the normal duties, as well as join Mr. San Giamo between the sheets. After one meeting, Corinne is just the ticket. 

But how well will the contract hold when Corie finds out he's married after they've slept together. Bound by the contract, she can't call it quits. When given the choice to continue to be his lover or just continue with her normal duties, Corie will have to choose. 

Will morale stand firm? Or will she be so hooked on the taste of his lips that she'll be running back for more?

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Copyright © 2016 Mari Martin (Nilly_)

ChileW2 ChileW2 Feb 03, 2016
I would be a bit ticked too & refuse the job even if offered... But that's just pride talking...? :/   
                              V interesting start, btw! :)
ChileW2 ChileW2 Feb 03, 2016
*ad.  Of course this makes us wonder what's the smartest thing he'd done...
makiagirl makiagirl May 03, 2016
Your book seems very good and interesting great job❤️🍵💯🙏🏽
ExternalHeart ExternalHeart Mar 19, 2016
@Nilly_                Hi, not to be rude but paternal means father, I think you mean biological. You could use maternal but that wouldn't make sense regardless.
whoringly whoringly May 02, 2016
Seems a little overreactive to a couple she doesn't even know.
                              
                              She's the one thinking they will judge her while she's the one actually judging them.
                              
                              A little of a turn off. But okay.
geekfi geekfi Jan 18, 2016
This is the first item I read... I can't wait to see it finished...