They're gorgeous, they're rich, they're single, and they're determined to stay that way…until they take a trip to Sanctuary Island. Don't miss this unforgettable new novella trilogy about three billionaire bachelors who are about to discover that sometimes you have to let go of the life you planned in order to embrace the life of your dreams.
In the second novella, Bonfire Beach, Zane Bishop has always been the life of the party. But when his friend asks for help planning his wedding reception, it pits Zane against uptight wedding planner Felicity Carlson. While Zane works overtime tempting Felicity into having fun, she discovers that there's more to the party boy than meets the eye. But can a woman who makes her living planning other people's perfect romances let her guard down long enough to find true love of her own?
About the Author
Lily Everett grew up in a small town in central Virginia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Although she's lived many other places since, from college in Philadelphia to her first job in New York City and her current home in Austin, Texas, she never forgot the beauty and warmth of her little hometown. She is thrilled to be writing the Sanctuary Island series full time because it allows her to combine.
Lily Everett grew up in a small town in Virginia reading Misty of Chincoteague and Black Beauty, taking riding lessons, and longing for a horse of her own. Sadly, her parents gave her a college education instead—but she never forgot what the world looked like from the back of a horse. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, where she writes full-time.
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By Lily Everett
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Felicity Carlson bumped open the old yacht club's door with her hip and nearly sent her armful of binders, magazines, and note cards flying.
"This is why I need an assistant," she muttered, clutching her organizational supplies to her chest.
No one person could reasonably be expected to plan the biggest, most lavish wedding in the history of tiny Sanctuary Island on her own ... but Felicity had never been very good at being reasonable when it came to setting goals for herself. And besides, it wasn't as if her fledgling company, of which she was President, CEO, and sole employee, could afford to hire anyone.
Yet, she amended the thought. She couldn't afford an assistant yet. But once she pulled off the wedding of billionaire Miles Harrington's dreams, Felicity would be set. Word of mouth would spread through the wealthy elite of New York, many of whom would have the chance to experience Felicity's work as wedding guests in four short weeks, and Dream Day Wedding Consultants would be set. She was prepared to hand out business cards right and left at the reception, so she could head home to Manhattan with a roster full of potential new clients. Rich ones.
That was worth pouring all her energy into the Harrington wedding, busting her butt and spending the last of her savings to outfit herself for this extended trip to Sanctuary Island, the bride's charmingly small and welcoming hometown.
Smiling at a brief but seductive daydream of paying off her maxed out credit cards, Felicity dumped her load of three-ring binders and clipboards on the round entryway table. Intent on checking the progress of her decorations, her heartbeat quickened as she lifted the multi- colored curtain of beading between the front entryway and the main room.
Mental note: swap out the tacky disco beads for something more romantic.
But just as Felicity was mentally debating the virtues of a curtain of clear cut-crystal beads versus ivory satin swag, she realized she wasn't alone in the yacht club. Even though it was practically the crack of dawn, and her army of hired workers didn't usually show up a minute before nine.
And as she swiped the beads aside and peered into the room, Felicity realized with a shock that the tall, broad-shouldered man over by the picture window wasn't putting up any decorations ... he was tearing them down!
Her jaw dropped but before she could march into the room and demand that he get his mitts off her dreamy, hand-picked ribbon bunting, he let out a salty curse and dragged the entire length of fabric off the wall.
"That's better," he muttered, the satisfaction in his low, rough voice reaching Felicity all the way across the empty space. He propped his big hands on his lean, denim-clad hips and glanced around, as if wondering what piece of wedding décor to desecrate next.
Jumping into action, Felicity let the bead curtain swing down with a clack and clatter. "Excuse me, but what do you think you're doing?"
The man turned to face her, and it was all Felicity could do not to suck in another shocked breath, because he was ... in a word, gorgeous. Smooth bronze muscles flexed in his bare arms, below the short sleeves of his plain white cotton t-shirt. With his sinfully long legs encased in worn, frayed jeans and his lean jaw sporting several days of dark brown scruff, he should have looked completely out of place among the ethereal loveliness Felicity had been working to create for the wedding ceremony's backdrop.
Instead, backlit against the vibrant orange and pink of the sunrise visible through the huge picture window behind him, he was a monument to masculinity. He made the ribbons and lace of Felicity's decorations look silly and frivolous just by standing near them.
"I'm getting rid of all this girly crap," he said cheerfully. "I've got a wedding to plan in here."
She blinked. He sure didn't look like any of the male event planners Felicity knew back in New York. Those men were generally quite a bit more put together than this guy.
Felicity tore her gaze away from the wink of the dimple in his unshaven cheek. Staring right into a pair of eyes so electric blue, they almost seemed to glow in the morning light, she shook her head. "There must be some mistake. I'm planning a wedding in this venue. I'm sure the owner understood that I'd blocked off the next few weeks for renovation and decoration."
He shrugged, as casual as if he hadn't just strolled in off the street and started tearing down all of Felicity's hard work. Reaching into his back pocket, he withdrew a battered brown leather wallet. "How much do you need to be convinced to take your wedding elsewhere?"
"I don't want your money!" Felicity stiffened. "This is outrageous. You can't waltz in here and throw a wad of cash in my face, and expect me to abandon the work I've put into this venue. It was a wreck when I found it, and I've already done extensive overhaul to make it perfect. My wedding is happening here in four weeks, end of story."
"Four weeks." He frowned, his sharp brows drawing together. "The wedding I'm supposed to be planning is in four weeks."
Felicity's stomach clenched, then sank like a rock tossed over a cliff. "My wedding is Miles Harrington and Greta Hackley. Who is yours?"
His keen gaze focused on her face. "Wait. You're not the bride."
She grabbed onto her patience with both hands. "No. I'm Felicity Carlson, wedding planner for the Harrington-Hackley nuptials. And you are?"
A slow, brilliant grin creased his tanned cheeks. Eyes glittering with mischief, he stepped forward and held out one long-fingered hand. "I'm one of Miles's groomsmen. He asked me to help out with the wedding plans, so it looks like you and I will be working together."
On autopilot, Felicity let him clasp her hand. The slide of his warm fingers sent a shudder of entirely inconvenient feminine awareness all through her body. His grin widened as if he could read the quickening of her heartbeat and the melting of her bones in the dazed expression on her face.
"Zane Bishop," he said smoothly. "Lovely to meet you."
Every drop of moisture evaporated from Felicity's mouth. Swallowing around a tongue that felt twice its normal size, she said, "Zane Bishop. The C.E.O. of Whatever Entertainment?"
"And owner of three of the top five hottest nightclubs in Manhattan." Satisfaction glittered along the edges of his diamond-hard smile. "So don't worry, babe. I'm no amateur when it comes to throwing blowout bashes."
Not an amateur, no. A billionaire entertainment mogul couldn't be considered inexperienced at planning large-scale parties. Felicity racked her brain to remember the gossip mag articles she'd read about the legendary New Year's Eve bash at Houndstooth, Zane Bishop's impossible-to-get-into Meatpacking District club.
"Your last New Year's event got shut down by the police," she said with dawning horror. "For public indecency and disturbing the peace."
"It was burlesque themed. There may have been a little nudity, but nothing indecent. As my lawyers successfully argued." Zane shrugged, although the quirk of his lips told her he was enjoying her reaction. He liked shocking people, she realized.
Refusing to give him the satisfaction, Felicity pasted on a polite smile. "Yes, I'm sure the strippers were all very tasteful."
"I'm not planning strippers for the wedding," Zane assured her. Felicity felt her eyes bug out as he continued, "I've already done burlesque, and I never repeat a theme. I was thinking more like Las Vegas Glitz."
She couldn't help it. She actually gasped aloud. If she'd been wearing pearls, she would have clutched them. Visions of sequins, feathers, and Elvis impersonators danced in her head. He had to be joking. "Glitz. At an intimate beachfront wedding on Sanctuary Island. Are you serious?"
"What I'm serious about is helping Miles." For the first time since she'd walked in and seen him tearing down her pretty decorations, the line of his wide, expressive mouth went flat.
"One of my best friends asked for my help with this particular task, on one of the most important days of his life. Now, I might not believe in marriage or true love or any of that crap myself, but Miles obviously does. And I will not let him down."
Despite herself, Felicity was impressed by the determination hardening his jaw and darkening his eyes to flinty blue. For a moment, she felt a distinct throb of yearning for the loyalty and support Zane seemed to offer his friend so freely. As someone who'd been functionally on her own since she was a kid, part of Felicity was powerfully attracted to the whole idea of being able to lean on someone else.
But that was a dream, and she had to live in reality.
Calling up all her diplomacy, Felicity smiled at Zane Bishop. "I get that you want to help out. I'm sure we can find something for you to do."
Something other than get in my way, interfere with my plans ... and distract me with your perfectly chiseled jaw, rock-solid abs, and eyes the color of the morning sky, Felicity mused silently.
She'd dealt with plenty of difficult people in her day. With a combination of tact, patience, empathy, and practicality, she had dealt with everything from bridezillas to overwrought MOB's, from unreliable caterers to inconsistent florists.
But as Zane Bishop narrowed his eyes and crossed his arms over his wide chest, Felicity had a sinking feeling that she'd met her match.
* * *
"I'm not going to be shuffled off to the sidelines of this wedding." Zane liked to state his position up front, in no uncertain terms. "Call Miles if you want to hear it from him, but he's asked me to work with you. I can respect his wishes on that. Can you?"
Felicity Carlson gave him a determined smile, bland and shiny, with no hint of the fiery, passionate woman he'd glimpsed in her before she knew his name. "Of course."
Zane narrowed his gaze, taking in her prim little professional outfit. Nobody ought to be able to make a pencil skirt and blouse buttoned all the way up to the neck look so damn sexy. Although she'd been sexier before she found out who he was, when she was challenging him and generally acting like she'd be happy to personally kick his butt out of the yacht club.
It had been a while since Zane wasn't recognized on sight, kowtowed to by everyone he came in contact with. Felicity Carlson was like a breath of fresh ocean air.
At least, she had been until she put on the Stepford Wedding Planner act and started holding back.
Looking for a way to get a rise out of her, Zane said, "Okay then. Are you ready to get to work? I'm thinking we start by jettisoning this ribbon and lace thing you've got going on in here."
To his disappointment, Felicity didn't take the bait. She pulled a pen from the sleek knot of honey brown hair coiled on top of her head, and picked up a red three-ring binder. "It's going to be wonderful to have some help with all this. But since I've got a good start on the ceremony itself, I suggest we focus our combined efforts on the reception. What do you say?"
Cheerful, business-like, boringly polite. Zane frowned, missing the crackle of electricity that had arced between them moments ago. Maybe if he poked at her, she'd ditch the mask and show him her true self again. "I bet you are glad to have some help — I checked out your company's website and it looked like this was your first wedding ever. How did you land a big billionaire fish like Miles?"
That determined chin tilted up, but she kept her voice even. "This is hardly my first time planning a major wedding, Mr. Bishop. Until a few months ago, I was the head event coordinator at Cadbury Estate."
Zane tucked his tongue in his cheek. The sprawling, well-preserved upstate New York mansion and property had hosted hundreds of lavish parties since the family started renting it out. If she'd been in charge there, she knew her stuff. Of course, the kind of event that usually happened at the Cadbury was exactly the kind of party Zane hated ... stiff, fancy, upper crust and dull.
"Let me guess." He flicked a trailing swath of lace in disgust. "Your vision for the reception is more of this."
She pressed her lips together briefly. "You mean classic elegance and romance?"
Zane snorted. "I mean deadly boring, unimaginative cliché."
He could practically hear the grinding of her teeth. "Look, Mr. Bishop. My vision of the reception doesn't matter. And neither does yours. The only thing that matters is what Greta and Miles want. All I care about is giving them the perfect wedding on their dream day."
"And using their 'dream day' to drum up business for your new company."
With a pragmatic shrug, Felicity pulled a chair up to the folding table shoved against the wall like an afterthought. "That's a byproduct. Happy clients equals good word of mouth. But the important thing is to make Greta and Miles happy. So let's get started."
Zane was unwillingly impressed. "You're hard to rattle, I'll give you that."
She paused in the act of shoving aside piles of fabric swatches, sample votive candle holders, and other assorted bits of décor. "Thanks? I think?"
"Most people fall into two categories," he told her. "People who like to have fun and enjoy life usually love me. But the other kind, all tightly wound and serious about everything — I drive most of them crazy inside of five minutes."
Felicity squared the corner of her binder with the edge of the table and gave him a look that raised his temperature by ten degrees. "If you want to make me crazy, you're going to have to work a lot harder."
As Zane's mind raced through the options, Felicity cleared her throat. "This is the reception binder. I've got all the info in here — potential seating arrangements, table centerpieces, entertainment options ... we'll need to work through it step by step and get Miles and Greta to decide on a direction to go in as soon as possible. Time is ticking down. Being able to throw around the Harrington name — and the Harrington budget — makes the impossible possible ... but if we don't settle on a location soon, we're going to be in trouble."
Zane watched the way she moved, the graceful economy of her quick hands. No wasted energy, every part of her focused on the business of putting together a party. A woman as finely made as Felicity Carlson ought to be enjoying her life, not spending it making sure other people enjoyed theirs. It seemed all wrong to him, on a gut-deep level. This woman needed a good time more than anyone Zane had ever met.
Halting her recitation of the checklist they'd need to go through, Zane hitched one hip onto the table beside her binder. "I'm going to stop you right there. If I know anything about throwing a memorable party — and I think we can agree that the Houndstooth's waiting list packed full of A-list celebrities, sports stars, and socialites says I do — it's that the most important part of planning a party is to have fun."
Her sleek brows crinkled together in a way he did not want to find adorable. "I don't follow."
"If we have fun planning it," Zane explained, planting a hand in the middle of the open binder and leaning over to catch her eyes, "the guests will have fun at it. Works every time. Come on."
Suspicion pulled the corners of Felicity's mouth down. "Where are we going?" An unexpected throb of hunger beat through his blood. He wanted to kiss that tiny frown off her face, he realized. He wanted to sweep the binders and knick-knacks off the table and lay her down over it so he could unbutton all those stiff, pearly white buttons and see her bare and flushed with desire. He wanted her.
For an instant, the words of Miles's bet drifted through Zane's mind. His soon-to-be-shackled friend had marriage on the brain and an overabundance of confidence. Miles had bet each of his billionaire bachelor groomsmen that they'd find love on Sanctuary Island, or he'd give them his luxurious, custom-built helicopter.
Easiest bet Zane ever took, for sure. No matter how gorgeous Felicity Carlson was, or how much he planned to enjoy seducing her into having some fun over the next couple of weeks, Zane's heart was safe.
Reminding himself he had nothing to worry about and those helicopter keys were as good as his, Zane hopped off the table, grinning widely. He snagged Felicity's hand on his way out the door. "We're going to scope out the most awesome, exciting, coolest spot for the party."
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The second installment of the Billionaire Bachelors. This is the story of Zane,best friend of Miles and Felicity, the wedding planner. Zane is on Sanctuary Island to also help plan the wedding. Felicity and Zane have very different ideas for this wedding. I loved the sparks and the tension between these two. Highly recommend for a short read.
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Title: Bonfire Beach - The Billionaire Bachelors Novella Book 2 Author: Lily Everett Publisher: St Martin's Press Published: 1-14-2014 ISBN: 9781466854758 E-Book ASIN: B00F8FXDHY Pages: 104 Genre: Romance Tags: Novella, series Overall Rating: Very Good Zane Bishop, the CEO of Whatever Entertainment and three of the top night clubs in Manhattan, is asked by his best friend Miles Harrington (from The Billionaire Brother's Trilogy Book 3, Island Road) to help plan his and Greta's wedding reception. As he is tearing down the decorations in the venue Felicity Carlson, Wedding planner and owner of Dream Day Wedding Consultants hired by Miles and Greta, walks in. Upon learning Zane plans a reception of Glitz and is planning to tear down the elegant decorations she has spent so much time putting up. Miles sees her as a challenge. One he does not desire to resist. Nor does he see her as a threat to the bet he and two other bachelor friends of Miles Harrington's made regarding that none of the bachelors would come to Sanctuary Island and leave without falling in love. The winner would receive Miles' helicopter and a landing space at the club. Both Zane and Felicity have issues that keep them from committing to a relationship that they must deal with before the differences in their personalities tear them apart forever. This is the second book in the Billionaire Bachelor series, but can be read as a stand alone. As with most stand alone books in a series I recommend reading all of them to get the full background in the story line. Lily Everette injects humor into her romances but also shows the deeper side of her characters. I found this a joy to read and Ms. Everett a writer I definitely want to read more from. Look for my review of the final book in this trilogy Lantern Lake to be soon.
Whew...my heart is still feeling warm and gooey. This is the 2nd book of a new novella trilogy from Lily Everett. I fell in love with this author when she wrote foodie romances as Louisa Edwards and I have been super impressed with her new genre. I had the opportunity to receive a copy of the first novella from Net Galley and I loved it. When the opportunity to read the 2nd book came up, I jumped at it. I must say, this one was even better than the first story, The Fireside in , and I really enjoyed the first one. We are still experiencing the same few weeks leading up to Miles and Greta's wedding, only this time, we are seeing the events from Zane's perspective. Zane is the wild, fun, incredibly good looking guy who runs a premiere event company. His role in the wedding is to assist Felicity, the wedding planner, in planning the reception. The sparks flew from the first page and never stopped. I loved Leo in the first book, but Zane gave him a run for his money. I think what tipped me in favor of this story, was Felicity. She was a well-developed and relatable character. Both Zane and Felicity showed remarkable depth and intimacy for such a short story and I soaked up every last bit of it. These books are very quick reads, which make them the perfect escape. Sanctuary Island is turning out to be a very magical place indeed and I can't wait to read the full-length stories. I think these short novellas are a fantastic way to introduce readers to the island. I, for one, can't wait for Cooper's story. I received a copy of this title from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review
BONFIRE BEACH by Lily Everett is the second book in her Billionaire Bachelors series. The book is set on Sanctuary Island where billionaire CEO Miles Harrington is about to be married and has asked his three best friends to spend the month before the wedding on the island to help him plan and prepare for the wedding. This is a stand-alone novella you can enjoy without reading the first book, but it's a sweet, romantic series and I recommend you indulge. Bonfire Beach features Miles' gorgeous friend, Zane Bishop, the CEO of Whatever Entertainment and owner of three of the hottest five nightclubs in Manhattan who Miles and his fiancée Greta have asked to help plan the reception. Everyone knows Zane is all about the fun and living life to the fullest. His parties are legendary and he is determined to make Miles and Greta's day the most spectacular party he's ever thrown. Miles and Greta have also hired the beautiful and successful wedding planner Felicity Carlson. Greta is all about organization, binders filled with notes, and romance. In other words, responsible and very uptight. Zane and Felicity spark the moment they meet. There is a definite physical attraction, but they don't agree on any of the wedding details (Felicity wants warm and romantic candlelight - Zane wants disco balls) including where the reception itself will be held or the type of music to be played. Each are certain they know what will make Miles and Greta happy. They appear to be opposites in every way, but as they spend time together they begin to share the stories of their lives and realize they have something very important in common. Both have lived through tragedy at a very young age and that pain has affected the choices they make as adults. Zane to live each day as it comes as if it were his last without making any commitments to the future. Felicity to be stable and responsible in all things, and to avoid risk in order to have a secure future. This bonding leads to an passionate affair, but neither are quite prepared for the emotional ties they develop for one another. Zane who determinedly lives his life on the surface never diving into emotional territory about anything is lost with what he feels for Felicity. Felicity who needs security in her life is panicked at the thought of trusting her vulnerable heart to a man who is well-known as nothing but a playboy. Bonfire Beach is a fun, romantic story of opposites attracting, sparking, battling, and falling in love! I enjoyed reading Zane and Felicity's story and rate it with 3.5 stars. *I received this eBook for free on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Another incredible story of the billionaire bachelors that arrived on Sanctuary for Miles and Greta's wedding. This is a great story and the characters of Zane and Felicity are perfect. Grab a copy today and enjoy watching another billionaire fall. Hard! Highly recommended.
This magical story was like a mini-vacation--once again Lily Everett swept me away and made me fall in love with Zane, a fun loving billionaire with a deeper side. I savored every moment of this beautiful romance, which melted my heart and left me sighing happily at the end. I simply loved it!
I received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review, so here it is. Well it is time for friend number two in the bet to try and not fall in love to win Mile's helicopter and private landing at the club. Zane Bishop is in charge of the party decorations and finds himself meeting the wedding planner Felicity Carlson. He loves her fire until she finds out who he is and then she treats him like everyone else. The billionaire play-boy who owns an entertainment company and several night clubs. When the sparks fly between them, Zane thinks that Felicity needs more fun in her life. How do you work with someone who thinks the very opposite of what you do? Felicity can't make Zane understand that Greta and Miles wants romance, not flashy, rock-n-roll and disco balls at the reception. After trying to work together for a few weeks, Felicity gives up and tells Zane he can handle the reception and she will handle the wedding. They are both miserable. Can they come to terms with there feelings for each other? Will Felicity leave Sanctuary Island with a broken heart? Or will she break down the walls around Zane's heart? Will Zane give in to her? I am loving this series and can't wait for book 3 to see what Cooper has in store for him. The Billionaire Bachelors are Fireside Inn, Bonfire Beach (due out Jan. 14) & Lantern Lake (due out Jan. 21) So if you are looking for a great story line, then this one is for you. I am loving it!
This is the 2nd book in Lily's Billionaire Bachelors series. Miles has 3 best friends and a bet with them. Miles is getting married and they are part of setting up the wedding. The last one staying single gets his helicopter and pad at their Club. Zane is expected to set up the wedding and reception. Felicity is also to prepare the wedding and reception. All I can say is "Opposites"! Zane owns Clubs, recording studios and rock bands plus he runs Events for parties for the rich and famous. Felicity is trying to start her own wedding business. Each has a life changing secret and the grit to make this wedding their own way. This was a fun novella to read with each of them trying to out do the other. Lily's characters are awesome. They have their own faults and work around them. I love this series and hope you will too.
I have loved this series and the previous one so much. They are very sweet love stories, with the characters finding love when they were least expecting it and convinced they wouldn't find it. The timeframe is very short but it still works. There is a lot of love at first site, denial of love and first site and plenty of baggage but it all seems to work really well here. This is very similar to the previous series, not only in setting but also in the characterizations. The characters all have issues but realize together they can work it out. It's full of hope that everything will work out the way it should, and as a reader, the way I want it to so who wouldn't like that! I cannot wait to read the next/last book in this series, I've really gotten attached to all of the characters.
Once again Everett gives readers sympathetic characters and a strong story line. Even though she doesn't have very many pages, she still managed to make me laugh and sigh and cheer. Both Zane and Felicity are intriguing, with heartrending pasts that had me tearing up a little, but are so charming and fun when they butt heads. Bonfire Beach is amusing and tender and realistic and warm and … well, let’s just say you gotta read it. Full review available at Romantic Reads and Such on wordpress.
Good Book! It is official, I have become a Sanctuary Cove groupie. So much so that once I finish reading this series, Billionaire Bachelors, I am going to begin the earlier published Billionaire Brothers trilogy. The Billionaire Bachelors series of novellas is about three single billionaires, Leo, Zane and Cooper, who happen to find love on the magical island of Sanctuary Cove. Their good friend Miles fell in love on the island and is now getting married. This story focuses on entertainment mogul Zane Bishop and wedding planner Felicity Carlson. Miles has asked Zane to assist Felicity with the wedding details while on the island. As Zane and Felicity spend time together, one thing leads to another and they begin to fall in love. Zane shows the tightly wound Felicity how to let go and have fun. Felicity is able to get Zane to understand and accept his past, which allows him to experience the world in a whole new light. I teared up a time or two while reading, so you may want to have some tissues handy. If you are in the mood for a sweet romance with genuine and touching characters, give this book a gander. Bonfire Beach is the second novella in Billionaire Bachelors series and I can't wait to read the third, Lantern Lake, which will be released on January 21st. ARC received via NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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