For Eternity by Bethany Lopez : A Time for Love Series Novella(Time for Love #8)
English | 2019 | Romance | ePUB | 750 Kb
For Eternity : Down on her luck…
Since divorcing her abusive ex, Natalie is finally on her way back to the woman she used to be. She has a job she loves, an apartment that’s all her own, and the best group of friends a woman could have. Content with her current situation, Natalie has no idea that her world is about to be turned upside down.
The man who has everything…
To the outside world, Carson Brandt appears to have everything he could ever want, and then some. He built his company from the ground up, and as CEO of Brandt Industries, he has the world at his fingertips. But, there’s one thing he doesn’t have, and she’s the only one who can give it to him.
Natalie thinks she’s going on a work trip to Ireland, but Carson has other plans. Will he convince her to give him the eternity he desires, or will their differences prove to be too vast?
“Lovely, with black hair that was almost as dark as my own, and had grown out to a flattering length just past her shoulder, Natalie was like a delicate flower, with a reinforced steel frame. She’d been in an abusive relationship that ended with her ex-husband in jail and her starting a new life.
I’d hired her as a favor to my friends, Brady and Ming O’Malley, but I would’ve hired her anyway. The second she’d stepped into my office for her interview, it was like my world suddenly came into focus.
I’d spent the year feeling uncharacteristically unsure of myself around her, and I could tell she was still healing and trying to find her footing again, so I hadn’t wanted to push.
Now, however, I was done standing in the wings.
What we needed was a change of scenery, and the opportunity to be alone. I needed her to see me as a man, an equal, a possible partner, and there was no way I was going to do that here in town, where I was her boss and arguably one of the most powerful men in town.
“You buzzed for me, Mr. Brandt?” Michael, my longtime executive assistant, asked as he stepped inside my office.
“Yes, I need to schedule a trip to Ireland,” I informed him.”