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Aiden Stewart is just going through the motions of running the family business, a mega communications company snapping up all the competition. His trip to a tiny New England town to negotiate the purchase of ChatDotCom is nothing more than an interruption in his plans for his next female conquest. The last thing he expects is for Chat’s CEO M. Jordan Fitzgerald to be a woman who takes his breath away.
Jordan is focused on business, not romance. She’s got too much at stake, working to protect Chat’s employees, as well as making sure her family is taken care of. Falling in love is not part of the business plan, but resisting the man she really should not want is proving impossible.
When a rival wants to take over Chat too, Jordan struggles to keep her personal life from affecting the business deal. With secrets that could ruin everything, she has to decide if she can balance business with pleasure.
"In the end, I can just flat out offer more cash. Money talks. It’s about the only thing that does.
Besides, I plan to maneuver Miss Fitzgerald into a position of, how shall I say, submission.”
Aiden was lifting his glass to his lips and stopped. This was very nearly a threat. It sounded
sinister. Was his imagination running away with him?
“And how do you propose to accomplish that?”
Aiden heard Christopher Fenton give a nasty little laugh. “That is something that’s just going to
have to remain a corporate secret. Suffice it to say, I’ve used it before to fire people, to get
information, to turn the situation for the benefit of Fenton Industries. Works every time.”
Aiden was boiling over with impotent rage. He had to finish his beer and get out of there. What
was that his mother had said? Eavesdroppers always hear unpleasant things. Well, he had heard
some unpleasant things.
To read more how Christopher Fenton will get Jordan to ‘submit’, read CORPORATE AFFAIR by Linda Cunningham.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Linda has written steadily throughout the years, but usually other people’s papers, speeches, or articles for agricultural trade magazines. Her only published work of fiction was a children’s book, “The Copper Angel of Piper’s Mill”, written in 1988 when her children were still small. Now that the kids are out of the house, Linda is writing fiction again, and this time it’s personal! She writes full time and it’s Romance!Linda lives in a romantic stone house in the green mountains of Vermont surrounded by her gardens and her animals who include horses, sheep, cats, dogs, chickens, a parakeet and various wildlife visitors who wander in and out at will. When time permits, she also enjoys sketching and painting.