A Billionaire In The Bargain

Moira Carruthers inherited the reins of her family’s charitable foundation only to find her father embezzled millions before his death. Ashamed and determined to make things right, Moira decides to use her own trust fund to replace the money. There’s just one problem. Moira can’t touch the trust until she turns thirty or marries. It seems she needs a husband…fast. She’s always been too busy with school and working to date and she has no prospects. There’s only one thing to do. Run away. A week on a Caribbean cruise should give her time to come up with a plan. She never expected the answer to her problems would stroll onto the deck of her ship.

Jackson Kennedy has made billions in businesses and his next acquisition is an exclusive cruise line in the Caribbean. Spending all his time behind a desk or traveling for business hasn’t left much time for romance. Until his Army Ranger brother is killed in action and Jackson winds up with custody of his special needs niece. Suddenly, Jackson has a pressing need for a wife and mother for his niece. He plans to close the deal with the cruise line fast and then look for a wife. He never expected to find the perfect candidate right under his nose.

What starts as a marriage of convenience could turn out to be the greatest love Moira and Jackson could ever find.

Pages: 123 | ASIN: B07J1YN2PR

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