Wondering ‘What should I read next?’ Read The Billionaire’s Blue Blood by Amy DeLuca.
She’s risen from the ashes of heartbreak…
No-nonsense single mom Cinda Brown is not looking for Prince Charming. The last time she fell for a handsome, sophisticated, wealthy guy, he left her at the worst possible time without a look backward or even a word of explanation. He did leave her with a lovely parting gift, though… which arrived nine months later.
Now in charge of her own business—the Fairy Godmother Cleaning Agency—Cinda has her hands full managing her employees, including her two hapless step-sisters, and keeping her four-year-old son AJ happy, healthy, fed, and clothed. It’s not easy doing it all on her own, but she has zero interest in a new relationship. And who has the time? Her high society clients expect their Newport, Rhode Island mansions to be sparkling—on schedule—come hell, high water, or hurricane.
So when a flu epidemic sweeps through her agency the day before the royal family of Aubernesse is to arrive in Newport, Cinda puts on a uniform and picks up the slack, working furiously to make sure their gorgeous vacation home is immaculate and ready for the elaborate ball they’re planning to throw.
He’s looking for the perfect fit…
European prince Alexander Wessex isn’t happy to be back in Newport for the first time in five years. He’s stayed away so long for a reason. While the rest of his family continues to vacation in the beautiful seaside American town every year, the place lost its magic for him long ago—the night the only girl he’s ever loved proved beyond a shadow of a doubt she didn’t feel the same.
But this trip is non-negotiable, a matter of duty. He’s planning to fly in, attend the ridiculous ball his mother is so insistent upon, then get back to his life in Europe as quickly as possible. That is until he arrives at the family estate early and catches the cleaning crew still at work.
And gets a look at the woman beneath that coating of dust, ash, and spiderwebs…
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