I'll have her out of my company and into my bed.
Logan Carmichael. He’s smart, determined, and sexy as hell but can Diana trust her company to a virgin entrepreneur?
She monitors his executive decisions, protecting the future of Lennox Incorporated while fighting to keep their relationship professional. Logan doesn’t help. He’ll use whatever advantage he can to win his corporate gamble.
And when the arena moves from boardroom to bedroom, Diana’s in trouble. Because in this game, she's the amateur. And she's playing way out of her league.
Elegant CEO Diana Lennox sells her company to sexy upstart engineer Logan Carmichael. But she won’t step away until he proves he can successfully run the business.
Damn stupid woman. Logan stormed out of the aging brick building, slammed the door of his battered SUV, jammed his key in the ignition and twisted the engine into life. And damn stupid me.
He wanted backing to develop an innovative manufacturing process worked out while risking his neck for Uncle Sam.
He needed a suitable factory to convert, a little money to cover start-up costs and no interference.
Instead, what did he get? A damn corporate heiress with the perfect company and a perfect body. Delete that. Stay on track, Carmichael. And the nerve to insist on retaining fifty-one percent control—of the company he is buying—as security on her investment.
I’ll have her out of my company and into my bed. And so he does, despite repeatedly telling himself to stay clear of her. And even though she’s not at all the career-driven woman he expected.
Then I make one tiny mistake and it all hits the fan. When she steps in to rescue the firm from his mistake, Diana accuses Logan of using sex to distract her from the business. And maybe it’s true. Too late, Logan realizes that he loves her. Now he will have to risk everything to win her back.