Pretending. I've always been good at pretending. Being someone else is easy, and that ability has served me well these last seven months. This time, I've been hired to be the long lost sister of oil tycoon, and down to earth cowboy, Maxwell Cunningham. Recently, Maxwell's father passed away and in his last Will and Testament he dropped a bomb no one saw coming. One of the richest men in the world, left forty-nine percent of his company to a sister my client never knew he had. A woman named Mia Saunders.
Maxwell has a year to find this sister or he loses almost half of his empire to a greedy board of investors. Somehow, he found me and here I am. Sharing in family dinners, pretending to be someone I'm not and fooling bigwigs left and right. Only I'm finding myself falling in love with a family I can never have. One that will hurt to leave.
Stetsons, soul-searching, and sisterly duty all come into a sharp tangle with twists and turns I never saw coming.
In the eighth book of the Calendar Girl serial, Mia is sent to Dallas, Texas. Still on her mission to save her father, she is hired to be the long lost sister of Maxwell Cunningham, one of the newly richest men in America.
Each installment in the Calendar Girl Serial will feature Mia's journey as an escort to twelve clients in twelve different locations.
Warning: This book is designed for audiences 18+ due to language and graphic sexual content.
©2015 Audrey Carlan (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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August has been one of my favorite months. Some twist and the book ended with me wanting more. Bring on September.
She does a great job giving the characters their own personality and makes the story easy to follow. Great Narration.
The book was somewhat predictable but really great story. A few twist. I am excited to see what September brings and how she reacts to the new chain of events.
Great series. Well worthy of the time.
The story lines are very entertaining. But the more I learn about Mia, she has become the next to least favorite of all the characters, her friend Jennifer is the worst.
I love all of the male characters. But Mia's character has been written into this woman with some common sense that consistently gets over ridden by ignorance, stubbornness and bad judgment. This often comes off leaving this reader frustrated.
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