Sold as Is

Sold as Is

by Holley Trent


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Sold as Is by Holley Trent

Mandy McCarthy is unlucky in love and hapless on the job. In six weeks, she couldn’t sell a single used car at her stepfather’s lot. Just when she begins to fret that her fortune will never turn around, her salvation arrives at Archie’s A-1 Autos in a surprising form: the governor’s son.

Not only does Aaron Owen want to recruit Mandy to work for his car charity, but the two have an instant attraction that has them sneaking off for trysts during test drives. Unfortunately, Governor Owen plans to run for re-election and he expects his grown son to keep his nose clean. That means no shagging his staff, and definitely no falling in love with wildcards—at least not until after the election.

Mandy doesn’t want to play secret lovers and would rather let the love of her life go than hide as if she’s a dirty little secret. With the governor blackmailing his son and threatening to pull his charity’s grant funding if he doesn’t drop her, Mandy figures her luck will run out again unless someone’s willing to swing a U-turn...but who?

Sensuality Level: Sensual

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440563577
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 07/29/2013
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Holley Trent is a Carolina girl gone west. She writes contemporary and paranormal romances that have both humor and heat. Find Holley Trent at,, and on Twitter @holleytrent.

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Sold As Is 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KristinaKK More than 1 year ago
This was my first Holley Trent book, but it won't be my last. I love romances that have a little sweet mixed in with the spice, and this book had that in spades. Here are the details: Mandy has been fired, lost her apartment and is now living with her parents. And working at a used car lot. Aaron's looking for some good used cars for his father's charity and taps Mandy for help. Only she doesn't know the first thing about cars…and things get a little twisty from there. Holley Trent does a great job firing up the chemistry between these two characters who are so wrong for one another they are right. Aaron needs to protect his image, Mandy doesn't want to be seen as the 'bad girl' on Aaron's arm. Their road to happily-ever-after has a few potholes, but that only makes the ending sweeter.