From USA Today Bestselling Author, Cheryl Phipps, comes this partner of convenience romance.
That's all Benjamin Knight has to find a date for his sister's wedding.
For a billionaire, this should be easy, but a socialite on the hunt for a husband at all costs means Ben must look elsewhere. Fast.
His little black book is devoid of women who won't expect more than a pleasant evening with great food and wine, so when he literally falls over cute and sassy Jenna Molloy, he trusts his instincts.
Convincing her it's a win-win situation might prove difficult, but Ben's used to getting his way in business transactions. And that's all this is...isn't it?
With her florist shop almost destroyed, Jenna is desperate for money. When Ben offers to give her a week's pay for one day's work, she can hardly refuse. Although her head is telling her to run as far away as possible from the too sexy and formidable eldest Knight, she needs to get her business back up and running before she loses everything.
When the wedding of the year turns into a disaster, they find themselves forced to keep up the pretense of being a couple. Oddly it's not the worst night of their lives.
Could this one night change their perspective of each other?
5* "If you're looking for a humorous, fast paced billionaire love story, you won't be disappointed!" ~ Kym Reads
The Billionaire Knights Series
Cheryl Phipps is a USA Today Best Selling New Zealand author of contemporary romance and women's fiction. Married for forty-plus years (a teenage bride, no less) to her own 'the one', and at the beck and call of a handful (or two) of grandchildren, she loves weaving sensual stories that celebrate love, family and resilience, as well as delivering a heart-racing, happy ending, with a sprinkle of humor.
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Cheryl Phipps is a New Zealand author of romantic suspense and contemporary women’s fiction. She loves weaving sensual stories that celebrate the joy of love, family and resilience, as well as delivering a heart-racing, happy ending.