Are our secret billionaires hiding more than money?
Cross Ronstein could be described as a lot of things. Mining magnate. Domineering Boss. Secret Billionaire. He doesn’t care what he’s labelled, especially when the tax office takes an interest in his business. Their attention is of minor concern until he lays eyes on the temptress they send to dig into his affairs.
Maybe he can turn the secret billionaire’s game to his advantage, just like his friends have managed.
Jessa Collins has her own array of labels. Tax Investigator. Firebrand. Discoverer of secrets. Whatever people call her, she gets the job done. Every. Single. Time. Even when her target dismisses her suspicions as fantasy and promptly leaves the country for a made-up obligation.
No matter what drastic measures Jessa has to take, this rich businessman is NOT getting away while she’s on the case.
How far is too far to follow a secret billionaire? Can two people on opposite sides of the corporate fence find their way to love?
Book four sees Cross being investigated by the tax office, he knows it’s all a load of rubbish, but the young lady they send to investigate him has him thinking all manner of things (and maybe even what his friends have) but he won’t make it easy for her, a chase has his blood pumping and the prize could be the one thing he doesn’t have in his life, it’s all to play for, and Cross wants to play for keeps…..
Jessa has a man in her sights, but it’s not for fun or pleasure, Jessa is a tax investigator. And the man is her sights is none other than
Cross Ronstein, he maybe gorgeous, but that won’t stop Jessa finding out his secrets. And if he’s guilty of not declaring all his money.
Yes Cross has a lot of money, and no he doesn’t shout it out, but he’s not a dishonest man. And leading this woman around, proves to be a great distraction.
It’s a fun read, two people who really don’t get along, but all that changes along the way.