Buyer Beware (Caldwell Brothers #1) by Colleen Charles

Buyer Beware (Caldwell Brothers #1) by Colleen Charles

 

Genre: Standalone Contemporary Romance

Release Date: November 10, 2017

Synopsis

I know all about his type.Rich. Check.Powerful. Check. Check.Nixon Caldwell’s hot as hell and just as entitled. He livesin a swank Vegas penthouse on top of his equally posh boutique casino. I’ve lived in a dilapidated seventies trailer far too long to have patience for billionaire playboys that think they can have everything they want, whenever they want it. He stands for everything I’m against. Which is why my obsessionwith him makes zero sense. Nothing about him is attractive to me.Nothing.Except the kindness lurking underneath the Armani clad outer shell. There’s a mystery there that I yearn to explore. So when he offers to help me and my gamble-a-holic brother rise from the ashes of our meager existence, I grasp the brass ring with both hands. It doesn’t take long to realize he’s only doing it so he cancontrol me. He wants to own me, just like every other rich bastard inside this glittery town that consumes a person’s soul right along with their cash.
Nixon Caldwell needs to be taught a lesson. I’m not the kind of girl he can buy and sell. But his newfound tenderness and vulnerability pull at myheart strings until my solid walls come tumbling down and I let him in. My Cinderella story unfolds right before my eyes. And I’m happy.The happiest I’ve ever been since my parents died in a horrific car accident.Until a vicious sociopath and a haunting secret from the past threaten to destroy every single thing I’ve just sold my soul to possess.

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About the Author

After 26 years in Corporate leadership at a Fortune 500, I discovered people within the organization lacked integrity. I’d always known deep in

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