Pride & the Billionaire
He’s impossible. She’s determined. Together, they’re a tragedy waiting to happen.
Lizzie Bennet’s new boss—the impossible William Darcy—is egotistical, rude, and picky. So when he challenges her to acquire the patronage of the mysterious Bilson for their joint venture, she knows better than to accept. Yet she does, telling herself she’s only done so just to prove she can.
The only good thing about Darcy is his friend, George Bingley, and his obvious interest in Lizzie’s older sister and HR specialist, Jane. Unfortunately, the more time Jane and Bingley spend together, the more time Lizzie is forced to spend with Darcy.
When Bingley suddenly drops Jane with no warning, Lizzie thinks he’s being a typical male…until she learns the truth: Darcy is to blame. Now she wants absolutely nothing to do with him. But when Darcy helps her family out of a scandal, Lizzie must decide if her pride is worth her heart.
Fans of romantic retellings of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice will fall in love with Laurie Gene’s Pride & the Billionaire.
Returned to Fire
She sold her soul for earthly beauty, ….and now, it’s time to pay up. After Sionne is murdered, she is transported right to Hell to start her servitude. A little pleading with her demon master earns her a few days back on Earth to find her killer. Only, she has no intention of going back to the fiery pits….
Then her demon master informs her that the instant she finds her killer, the killer will be whisked away to an eternity in the fiery River Styxx, no questions asked. Too bad that Sionne just discovered ‘that person’ is the body she is currently occupying. She still has no clue why or what connection this person has to her, but she is racing against time. That is, if a hot, sexy chaos demon and an irresistible human guy don’t make her forget all about what she’s back in town to do….
Devil in a Suit Books 1-3
He was never supposed to see it.
The email I wrote my friend.
The one where I called him cruel, cold, demanding. Oh, yeah, and hot as hell.
But instead of sending it to my friend, I sent it to him.
Jared King, billionaire head of King Advertising. The man everyone calls The King because he’s so controlling, gorgeous, and full of himself.
I answer his phones, and he barely looks at me, except for one word — “Messages?”– as he holds his hand out, his Rolex glinting under the light as he demands what’s his.
The employees all whisper about how bad they want him, and his face is on a different magazine each week, always with a different socialite or actress on his arm.
I’m sure he’ll fire me when he reads the email I accidentally sent him. Jared King is not known for his forgiving nature. In fact, it’s just the opposite.
But to my surprise, he gives me one more chance. The only catch? I have to do everything he says.
Soon his tasks are becoming less work-related. Dirtier. He’s making me take pictures of myself in lingerie, asking me to accompany him to fancy restaurants, making me get down on my knees and…
He knows how to play my body and mind, how to keep me wanting and begging for more of him. But soon I’m starting to worry that my second chance is turning into my worst nightmare.
Because the only thing more torturous than being Jared King’s assistant? Is falling in love with him…