With: Marisa Cleveland
Thanks so much for finding me here today! I’m beyond excited to be celebrating the release of Reforming the CEO. This book was so much fun to write, and while Reece holds a special place in my heart, I really fell hard for Vin and hope you do too.
His gaze flickered down and then back up to her face, and his mouth curved into a wicked half smile. “Want some company?”
His innuendo wasn’t offered with disrespect or even a hint of a lecherous tone but still implied what he offered. With this guy, she wasn’t Landon and Christopher’s adopted baby sister, or even “one of the Rowes.” She was just another babe he might want to take home. How...intriguing. Before tonight, he hadn’t noticed her. Not in the way she was used to being seen. A friendly wave here and there had made her feel ordinary, and for some reason, her body warmed at the idea of this man wanting her... Would his sexy lips taste like whiskey or Scotch? Not that she could tell the difference anyway. She abhorred the stuff, preferring champagne or a light white wine.
Taking her time to peruse the long length of him from his polished loafers to the confident challenge in his honey- colored gaze, she tilted her head and sucked on the corner of her lip. A bad habit she’d picked up in grade school, and one sure to ruin her lipstick, but she had other lips on her mind than her own. Too bad this wouldn’t lead anywhere.
“Uh, no.” She gave a little laugh. “I’m sure I’ll manage without your company.”
He made a little noise with his mouth, sort of a half- tsking thing, before he said, “Pity. I’m really good company.”
He didn’t push the issue, but now she felt like she was missing out on the best thing since smartphones, which could be a pro or a con in her book on any given day. She didn’t deny a certain curiosity where Vin was concerned. Thick, dark hair, tall and fit physique, warm brown eyes... By anyone’s standards, the man was gorgeous. But she’d dated gorgeous before, and rich, and witty.
“I’ll take your word for it,” she said and then scooted by him to exit the ballroom, but not before she caught his seductive scent. She inhaled, appreciating the dark promise of oak mixed with a lighter, citrusy aroma as she pushed through the revolving door of the hotel.
Marisa Cleveland loves to laugh, hates to cry, and does both often while enjoying the journey one sunset at a time with her husband. Expressing herself through writing, music, and dance is her lifestyle, and as a former gymnast, cheerleader, and dancer, she understands the importance of balance and encourages everyone to stay flexible.
Imprint: Entangled Indulgence
What happens when your next door neighbor is the hottest, most notorious playboy in all of South Beach?
Reece Rowe is on hiatus from respectability. Before she returns to her stable, boring existence of charity events and dating predictable, stuffy suitors who are only interested in getting closer to the wealthy family who adopted her, she’s going to get a taste of what she’s been missing. She screws up her courage and heads to Vincent Ferguson’s office to find out what all the women in South Beach already seem to know about him.
Once CEO Vin Ferguson’s tech company goes public, he’ll have proved he’s no longer the poor, gritty kid from the wrong side of the tracks. But, citing his bad boy reputation, some financial backers waver, and his friends suggest dating a more respectable woman to improve his image. Ridiculous. Because delectable but snooty socialites, like his next door neighbor, are way out of his league.
And then, Reese walks through his office door and makes him an offer. To say his jaw hits the floor is an understatement.
And he can’t believe what she just proposed...
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