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Fake doctorate. Fake boyfriend. Fake identity. This temp job is tempting fate for sure.
Tulip is a professional temp, but she’s about to face the most daunting temp job of her career: She’s got to pull off being her genius identical twin sister Diana for a day. But Tulip can do that. She’s done it loads of times. So what if she has to schmooze with a bunch of psychology professors at an elite summer program on Oahu? Pffft. Please. It’s not like Tulip will have to teach, for Pete’s sake.
Only, well, it’s not really working out so hot. When someone falls ill, everyone turns to “Diana” to save the day. Suddenly, Tulip discovers the burden of this full-time commitment normal people call their “workday.”
If Tulip fails, it’s not just her own reputation that’s at stake. Her sister’s very job now hangs in the balance.
Oh, and what about that fake boyfriend? He’s tall. He’s chiseled. He’s got great – doesn’t matter. Because we already told you, he’s her fake boyfriend. (Keep up!) And he could never fall for a dropout like Tulip.
Will Tulip’s latest temp job be her undoing? Or will she discover that she’s a smarter cookie than she ever gave herself credit for?Learn more...
It’s mayday over Manhattan—and her job is up in the air
Alette Walker is a summa cum everything with a problem: She needs to get her career off the ground before her class reunion. As girl voted most-likely to do it all, she can’t be the one showing up jobless! After all, her mother loves to remind her that she needs to be one hundred thousand percent.
Now a job opportunity has come up. It’s reporting for a television station in Manhattan, with a shot at the anchor desk. Alette is elated till she learns she’ll be reporting on traffic—from a helicopter. Alette’s got a little secret: She is afraid of riding pretty much, well, everything. From subways and planes to pogo sticks. How will she report from 4000 feet above Manhattan? Worse, her pilot Holder Pierce is a daredevil stunt performer. So he’s ravishing and makes her laugh and has a Deep South accent to die for, but did we mention he’s a stunt pilot whose life dream is to roll a copter?
When Alette’s ex launches a harebrained, stunt-fuelled campaign to supplant her, all of New York will watch her fight to save a job she might not even want to impress people she doesn’t even know. Is there a limit to how far she will go to preserve her perfect image? And will her barnstorming pilot Pierce help her to love the woman he does behind her carefully manicured front?
Flying Miss Fraidy is the third novel in the Career Misfits Romantic Comedy Series. If you like stubborn damsels in distress, laugh-out-loud situational comedy, and poking fun at overly serious people, you’ll love this clean romance.
You can read the books in the Career Misfits Romantic Comedy Series in any order you like.Learn more...
No one can stop Eve's perfect Christmas . . . Except for maybe Santa.
Eve is on a Christmas mission.
And grouchy Santa can’t stop her.
Or can he?
As decorator at South Florida’s most exclusive open-air shopping center, Eve is out to orchestrate a joyful Christmas Eve winter wonderland. It’ll be just like that 24th all those years ago before her father went and got himself, you know, arrested.
What’s past is past though. After all, she’s got the mistletoe. She’s got the chestnuts roasting on an open fire. And she’s hired the jolliest Santa in the world. It will be perfect, that is, if she can get Gabe, the grinch of an engineer, to cooperate. Sure, he’s tall, and that baritone voice of his could melt the North Pole. But can’t he stop hating Christmas long enough to make Eve’s winter wish come true?
As far as Gabe is concerned, the world could do without Christmas. It digs up memories from holidays best forgotten. So naturally, he lets himself get roped into playing Santa at some snooty shopping center. (Shhh, no one can know. It would ruin his reputation.) To top it off, that crazy redhead Eve wants him to break the laws of physics and create some winter wonderland. What part of “South Florida heat wave” does she not understand?
As the Advent calendar ticks down to December 24, Eve fears she may have more in common with Gabe than she’d like to admit. And in spite of himself, Gabe is losing his grip on his inner bah humbug. Could he possibly end up falling for the girl—and Christmas?