Hearing about an account executive position available at Collins Enterprises with a whopping $75,000 base salary, Rebecca D’Angelo immediately put together a stunning portfolio and marched downtown to apply. Finding herself on deadline and unsure of where to go, she darted toward the information desk. Stopped dead in her tracks, she thought for sure she had run into a brick wall.
Crashing to the floor, her latte and portfolio launch into the air. Her first thought, thankfully, she protected her documents with a plastic case. However, that abruptly changes when a set of large hands wrap around her arms and a deep rumbling voice echoes above her. “Jesus Christ! This is not a schoolyard, young lady!”
Looking up, her sight settles on a stunning 6’4’’ structure of a man that looks as if he just stepped off the cover of a GQ Magazine. Suddenly, there’s no mistaking who this man is — Aiden Collins, CEO of Collins Enterprises.
Just when she thinks all is lost, Rebecca makes it to the final round of interviews, but there’s a catch. The last interview will be conducted by none other than Aiden Collins himself. Yep. Her dream job depends on the man she just ticked off.
The eye-opening experiences keep coming as the weeks turn into months. Rebecca quickly learns that Aiden has a twin brother Max and that they like to share their ladies. Oh, and her lifelong friends, she thought she knew and could trust – they start showing their true colours.
As the excitement unfolds, so do the dilemmas. Aiden may have fallen in love with her, but so did Max.
How and when will this all end?
Adult content and language 18+
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About the Author
With a love for literature, it's not difficult to find a new adventure inside the pages of a good book.
SJ. Turner developed her love for reading at an early age. Stealing her mother's romance novels and tucking them away to read late at night was a common occurrence. The first novel that truly made an impact on her, however, was To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. It is a story that has stuck with her throughout the years.
After losing her mother at a young age, poetry became a very big part of SJ's life. As a teen, she used it as a source of expression, a way to release deep emotions. A few of her poems have been published in a poetry library that was released in 2002.
After complaining to a family member about boredom, she was advised to write a book. Within a few months Contracted to Mr. Collins was written. Mainly to amuse family and friends at first, but when the unedited version was uploaded to a self-publishing site, It began to sell. A second book soon followed and the decision was made to pull the books and rework them for a real audience.
Today her novels can be found on several popular platforms.