Yet Anderson's birthday party changes of all that. When tragedy strikes, Courtney finds herself getting use to a new billionaire boss, Anderson's son, Alex.
Alex's promotion leaves the family shaken. George, the eldest brother, had felt confident it was going to be him. Alex is cold and prone to being stubborn. Courtney finds herself torn between missing the way things used to be and struggling to grow used to Alex and his new ways.
As she tries to find her footing with her new boss, Courtney quickly finds out that not everything is what it seems when it comes to this billionaire family and their new CEO. As she tries to do the best at her job, she finds herself being tugged in different directions.
Courtney wonders if she will be able to crack the shell of Alex's cold exterior. Had Anderson truly made a mistake in promoting Alex over George? Where will her alliances fall in this battle for company control?
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I think it was a nice read, what there was to read in 37 pages. My main complain it's that it is just part of a story and shoudn't be called a book. And even though I at least looked for the rest of it, there wasn't more published. To bad, cause now I move on and will probably never be a potential customer for this book again.