Fall in love with the Brides of Hilton Head Island, Sabrina Sims McAfee's internationally best-selling contemporary romance series. Marrying the Millionaire is an emotional, sexy love story with light suspense. When the alpha men in this series falls in love, it's always and forever. And their dashing brides couldn't be happier.
Kayla Crawford is having a bad night. Things are spiraling horribly out of control, faster than she can blink her eyes. First her husband walks out on her, then her grandfather gets into a terrible car accident. The good life, as she once knew it, now sucks. So when a gorgeous guy makes her an offer she can't refuse, she feels the super sexy stallion must be too good to be true. Or is he?
Millionaire Richmond Spaulding has never gotten over the loss of his wife. A very powerful man, he can have any woman he wants, but all he cares about is raising his precious daughter. Certain that true love can only happen once in a person's lifetime, Richmond thinks his life is okay just as it is - until he meets her. Beautiful Kayla stokes a burning fire in Richmond that he thought had vanished long ago. Soon he finds himself doing things just to make her happy and fulfilled, and he protects her from the one person he knows means her no good, by any means necessary.
Kayla made a vow never to trust a man again. Knowing that she has a deep rooted secret that could destroy her, she's determined to keep Richmond at arm's length. However, with every tender kiss from Richmond's eyes, and every sinful touch he places upon her, sparks fly between them. Chemistry is ignited, pulling them closer and closer together. The attraction they feel for one another is too hard to resist, so they let themselves fall madly in love, hard and fast.
But just as Richmond gears up to give Kayla the very best of him, by offering her his all, her secret is exposed.
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the spoken words sucked
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