Love Him or Lose Him (Hawaii Billionaire Romance Book 1) (affiliate link)
She’s desperate to save her family. Marriage to an uptight billionaire seems to be the answer, but then she meets the man of her dreams. Which will Samantha choose? Love or Money?
When her father dies suddenly, Samantha Fairchild gets engaged to Anthony, an uptight, controlling billionaire in order to save the family from financial ruin. Samantha accompanies Anthony to Hawaii while he’s conducting a business deal. A chance encounter with a free-spirited surfer with dreamy eyes and a quick smile throws her into a heart-wrenching tailspin.
As Luck Would Have It (The Providence Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
A woman of the world…
After years of wild adventures overseas, Miss Sophie Everton is in no hurry to return home to the boring strictures of the ton. But she’s determined to reclaim her family’s fortune—even if she has to become a spy for the Prince Regent to do it.
A man on a mission…
Before she can get her first assignment, she lands right in the lap of the dark and dashing Duke of Rockeforte. She’s faced hungry tigers that didn’t look nearly as predatory. Somehow the blasted man manages to foil her at every turn—and make her pulse thrum with something more than just the thrill of danger.
Passion (The Billionaire’s Seduction Book 1) (affiliate link)
Finding Fish: A Memoir (affiliate link)
Baby Boy Fisher was raised in institutions from the moment of his birth in prison to a single mother. He ultimately came to live with a foster family, where he endured near-constant verbal and physical abuse. In his mid-teens he escaped and enlisted in the navy, where he became a man of the world, raised by the family he created for himself.
Finding Fish shows how, out of this unlikely mix of deprivation and hope, an artist was born — first as the child who painted the feelings his words dared not speak, then as a poet and storyteller who would eventually become one of Hollywood’s most sought-after screenwriters.
A tumultuous and ultimately gratifying tale of self-discovery written in Fisher’s gritty yet melodic literary voice, Finding Fish is an unforgettable reading experience.
Two-thirds of American parents today think their children are spoiled. From toys and laptops to smartphones and cars, our kids have grown increasingly entitled in what they believe we should do for them.
Kids may not appreciate the value of a dollar, but it’s hard to blame them. After all, what have they learned about money? Managing finances is rarely covered in schools, and as a parent, you probably don’t know where to start. How do you provide a strong foundation of financial knowledge for your kids with these gaps? What should they learn each year? How do you teach a skill set you never received yourself?
In Smart, Not Spoiled, financial expert and bestselling author Chad Willardson provides you with practical tools, tips, and stories that will help you teach the kids in your life how to think about money.
Le Crv: Inked (affiliate link)
Curvy, innocent record producer meets big time, millionaire marketing executive. Can love weave it’s way into their hearts?
Being named Le CRV Magazine’s Women of the Year was beyond my wildest dreams.
I’m not a fashionista, hell… that’s the furthest thing from the truth.
But Mason Gray makes me want to stand in front of the camera forever.
He’s older, successful, powerful, and the way his eyes meet mine has me aching for more.
In my experience, women only complicate things.
At least that’s what I thought before I met the smart ass, straight talking woman of the year.
Now, I can’t get my mind off her, or the crazy things she did in my car.
Maybe forever isn’t as far away as I thought.