The Tycoon’s Virgin Mistress

The Tycoon’s Virgin Mistress

It was supposed to be a one night stand, but life is never that simple… Nate Anderson is used to getting what he wants and from the first moment he sees Missy, he knows he wants her. Only he hadn’t counted on the beautiful woman being a twenty-four-year-old virgin! After the blistering invective Nate levels at Missy following their amazing night of passion, she swears she never wants to see him again. But then, her life takes a dramatic turn of events, and all of a sudden, the one man she has sworn to hate is the one person she can turn to. A simple plea for help turns into a dangerous game of seduction. Desperate to find a way to keep Missy in his life until he is ready to let her go, on his terms, he offers her a job. One she can’t turn down. And one that will change both of their lives, forever.





I bought the book from the above link however it even available as kindle edition with library membership at amazon.

Some Other Books 

The Billionaire’s Untouched Bride 

The Sheikh’s Secret Baby: Nothing stays hidden forever 

Forbidden 

Loving the Enemy 

Nothing Lasts Forever

About the Author Clare Connelly grew up in a small country town in Australia. Surrounded by rainforests, and rickety old timber houses, magic was thick in the air, and stories and storytelling were a huge part of her childhood. From early on in life, Clare realized her favorite books were romance stories, and read voraciously. Anything from Jane Austen to Georgette Heyer, to Mills & Boon and (more recently) 50 Shades, Clare is a romance devotee. She first turned her hand to penning a novel at fifteen (if memory serves, it was something about a glamorous fashion model who fell foul of a high-end designer. Sparks flew, clothes flew faster, and love was born.) Clare has a small family and a bungalow near the sea. When she isn’t chasing after energetic little toddlers, or wiping fingerprints off furniture, she’s writing, thinking about writing, or wishing she were writing.

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