He’s gone from the battlefield to the boardroom. Now this Marine must win his girl.
Just returned from fighting in Syria, Marine Sergeant Grant Holbrook is already in trouble. In jail and estranged from his adoptive parents, Grant thinks his luck is turning around when Kate, his birth father’s gorgeous assistant walks into the police station to bail him out and take him to the Holbrook Estate.
As the new heir to a multi-billion dollar fortune, Grant is the talk of New Cardiff, his father’s exclusive New England hometown. From helping run an international company to meeting his extended family to fending off the women that want to land the most eligible bachelor in America, Grant is a more than bit overwhelmed. Kate is the only thing that keeps him grounded. How can he convince her that he needs her in his life not just for a night but for the rest of his life?
Sleeping with the boss’s son is not in her job description.
Kate has sworn off men. After a string of bad relationships culminating in the absolute worst night of her life, Kate promised herself she was going to concentrate on her career and bury all of her bad decisions. As the executive assistant of billionaire Walter Holbrook, she prides herself in achieving the impossible.
But when Walter asks her to bail out his long lost son from jail after a Holbrook family tragedy, Kate finds herself falling for the hardened Marine—but she cannot give in. She would lose her job and ruin her reputation if she were caught sleeping with her boss’s son. But when secrets from her past start to resurface, will it drive her into his arms or will she ultimately resist Grant Holbrook?
The Successor is book 1 in the Holbrook Cousin’s Saga, but can be read as a standalone novel. This steamy romance novel has no cliffhangers but a very happily ever after.
About the Author
Alina is an architect by day, writer by night. Her favorite thing to do is curl up with a hot drink and a good book. She lives in a large Southern city in an old house with an old dog.
Alina Jacobs is a pen name.