The Billionaire’s Backup is here!
Not besties or anything. Just the kind of friend you hit up when you want to go to a party but don’t want the pressure of a date.
She’s fun. Independent. And she gets me.
Which is probably why we dated for a while – more for fun than anything..
The kiss was completely out of left field. And so was the ridiculous pact to get married if we were still single in our thirties.
Neither of us have ever mentioned that pact again.
But man, a lot of years have passed and I can sometimes still feel her lips on mine. Now that she’s going to be renovating my house, it could definitely be a problem.
The whole pact thing might have been dumb, but would it really be such a bad idea for us to get together?
Billionaires get a lot of requests for money, but when my great-grandmother asked me to set up a scholarship at her alma mater, I was happy to oblige. Anything to make my GG smile.
But I made the mistake of mentioning that the Bible college where she met her one true love was gearing up for their annual Easter play. GG’s response? Stay in Kansas and lend a helping hand.
Such a terrible idea. Not only is it challenging to run a billion-dollar business remotely, it also means spending more time with Wendy Hall—the beautiful young widow who makes me want to help with more than just the play. So I’ll do my part at the concessions stand, and I’ll see what I can do about the secrets bringing Wendy down.
Easter is a time for new beginnings. A second chance at love might be the last thing Wendy wants, but I’m here to show her it’s exactly what she needs.