Shouldn't Have Dealt - Book II
"You fit the bill just fine, Angel. I need a woman as strong as you."
"I don't sell myself to anyone anymore, Mr. Stone. I don't pretend to love someone I don't and will never love."
"Mr. Stone... I am not afraid of you. I will not yield to your demands no matter how you try to make my life miserable."
Angel Mohr's college life has ended, and so is her short-lived romance with the university playboy. Now a little less starry-eyed and a lot more frustrated, she tries to make her way into the publishing world. She's the family breadwinner, after all.
All goes relatively well until the company she's working for, McGarry Publishing, goes under... via suspicious circumstances. With Damien Etheridge out of the picture, Hunter Stone plays his cards and plays it superbly. The cold-hearted business magnate is hell bent on having Angel for a pretend wife and will stop at nothing to woo her-even if he has to resort to the most unconventional of ways. And god knows what the callous billionaire has up his sleeves. What was a one-time girlfriend for hire deal ends up to be a great deal of mess, and it's not looking so well for poor Angel. The contract has been drafted, and he wants her in.
Jobless and desperate, Angel Mohr is put in the spotlight once more. Will she sign along the line? Will this little game of pretension turn into something more beautiful? And what about those random visions she has of Damien? Is she just imagining things?