Lucy Moore never lost faith in her fairy godmother, and when she lands an unbelievable dream job working for Drake Enterprises, she knows exactly who to thank for the opportunity. That dream job, however, comes with a twist. She'll be starting her new job in northern Montana while joining the Drake family for their month-long annual retreat. So Lucy packs a suitcase of warm clothes, and a "fake it 'til you make it" attitude, prepared to do all she can to prove her worth.
~The Drake Brothers ~
First there's Alexander, Lucy's new boss, who is literally a magazine cover model. He's also the CEO of a wildly successful company, and a numbers geek like her. Altogether, this makes him the man of her dreams-seemingly too perfect to be real.
Then there's Daniel. Lucy meets him in the most humiliating way possible. His warmth and humor quickly put her at ease, and she's grateful to have a friend in this unknown, off-the-beaten path, frozen part of the country.
~ And Then . . . ~
In one short month, Lucy contends with animal attacks, a temporary roommate who's more robot than human, some flirting sessions, and a little eavesdropping, all while attempting to show her new boss that she can do the job.
But when the month ends and it's time to head home, Lucy's story is far from over. Now her heart belongs to the one man who's perfect for her. Can they overcome all the obstacles in their way and live happily ever after?
Just Enough Magic
The first time I saw Alexander Drake, I was looking at his picture on the cover of a Financial Life magazine. I'd have to have been blind not to notice what a total catch he was. Rich, handsome, and completely make-believe.
Only, he wasn't some fake cover model. He was a real person, soon-to-be brother-in-law of my best friend Lucy, and when she introduced us for the first time, I swooned. Hard.
Me. Kayla Benson. Master of male-female relationships, strong, independent, and the one usually being swooned over.
The worst part? While I was busy catching my breath - my eyes so dazed they might as well have been crossed - he hadn't even bothered to look my way.
Suddenly I wanted nothing more than to ruffle his feathers and see what could happen if I became a force in his life's bubble. So . . . I did.