Winning Her Heart by Jamie Knight
Always a bridal shop owner, never a bride...
Bloom, Indiana is small for an entrepreneur like me.
But I make okay money owning my wedding shop here.
And I have plans to expand it into a bigger business.
Good guys in this area are scarce.
And all of them have long become my clients,
as I've fitted them for grooms' tuxedos.
That's okay with me, though.
I don't need a man because I'm following my passion.
All I really need is seed money for business ventures.
At least that's what I like to tell myself.
Until I look into Gabriel's chocolate brown eyes,
and my heart isn't the only thing that starts to melt.
This big city tech guru has a plan for the cash I need.
But it involves selling my virginity at an auction!
If he's the billionaire who buys me, I know I can't say no.
Getting paid for my first time with him is a great deal.
I know better than to get too attached, though.
Because once I ask around, I find out he's a player.
So, this is just for one night of expensive pleasure.
Wedding fantasies are what pay my bills.
Not something that could come true for me in real life.
At least that's what I tell myself, once again.
Until Gabriel's telling me something quite different:
That my curvy frame isn't the only thing he wants to lift.
That he also wants to buy a certain lace veil from my shop.
To kiss me under it on our wedding day.
Does he talk to all the woman he gives first Os to like this?
Or can I trust him with my business plans... and my heart?
Winning Her Heart is a collection of standalone virgin and billionaire auction romance books that have connected characters and shared settings, making for perfect binge-reading material. The books included in this box set are: Unveiling Her Innocence, Scratching Her Vinyl and Pinning Her Cushion.
Jamie Knight promises to always bring you a happily ever after filled with plenty of heat. And never any cheating or cliffhangers!
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