The business of love is dangerous.
For Jennifer Kent, a recent MBA graduate who has been searching for work in Manhattan for four long months, time and money are running out. If she doesn't find work soon, she'll need to return to her native Maine, where the job situation is even more bleak.
But when an unorthodox arrangement is proposed, Jennifer decides to take it. She agrees to be the "girlfriend" of Alexander Wenn, the reluctant, billionaire CEO of Wenn Enterprises, who is so devastatingly good looking, he needs a beautiful woman like Jennifer on his arm to "keep the wolves at bay."
In this case, the wolves are other women, all of whom vie for his attention so aggressively, they keep him from focusing on business at the exclusive events he must attend. It's there that deals are cut. What they want is his money and his power. Damaged by a past event, the only thing Alex wants to do is focus on work. And to forget the past.
But can Jennifer deny their white-hot chemistry? As she's swept into this glittering otherworld of society and big business, she finds herself struggling to keep from falling for Alex, an almost impossible feat she nevertheless must meet.
Armed with her MBA, Jennifer Kent knows about business. But what she doesn't know is what could destroy her - the business of protecting her own heart. And maybe her own life when it's put on the line time and again.
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This was not good
- Kathleen Kay
There were so many unnecessary conversations/dialogue. For example (spoiler) when Jennifer and Blackwell get a burger. Blackwell offers to send the cook to school or something. It was so unnecessary and it took too long to order. Another thing, the author did not allow us to draw our own conclusions or use common sense. The main character would say something like, "Lisa is my best friend. I can't wait to talk to her because I miss her. I've been away so we couldn't talk like we use to and I miss our talks. Being on this island, and separated from Lisa is hard." ugh! I can't really explain it but if you heard it you would know.
AND, the narrator. Her voice, no offense, was dreadfully annoying. Lastly, Couldn't Alex call her something else besides Jennifer? Babe? Honey? Sweetheart? Could they have called her Jenn sometimes? "Don't do that Jennifer" " Don't eat that Jennifer" Jennifer, Jennifer Jennifer! -with the narrator's drawl or accent, it was so annoying.
The entire story line. This was one book max. There was so much unnecessary dialogue and plots that it almost killed me
The script would have to be revamped totally
- Deana G. Brim