TITLE: The Skyline Club
GENRE: Adult - Category romance
Braydon Ferraru hates the tsunami of social obligations that comes with being part of Texas’ leading family, so when managing the task falls to him, he decides his wife can do it. Now, he just needs one. But the girl he picks for the job turns out to be trouble.
“I think the world of you, Braydon, but this has to be the dumbest idea you’ve ever had.”
Braydon Ferraru stretched an arm over the back of the exquisitely upholstered booth he’d commandeered in the recesses of Skyline Country Club’s executive lounge and smiled at his assistant. Because he could afford it, he preferred to have the best, brightest and most beautiful people around him at all times. Ellie was all three.
“Not dumb,” he corrected, speaking louder to be heard over a sudden burst of enthusiasm from the pianist. “Unorthodox. The kind of thinking that’s made me a fortune over the years.”
She set a hand on her six-months-and-ticking baby belly and scanned the dimly lit lounge. “So which one is she?”
“Haven’t seen her yet. Did you bring that file?”
Ellie scrounged in her oversized leather bag and pulled out a tattered brown folder. It made an ominous thunk when she set it in front of him. “You wouldn’t need unorthodox methods if you’d just say no to that insane request from your mother.”
“You tell her no. I’m not suicidal.” He flipped the folder open and stared. “Yet.”
“Read it and weep. Red column shows events you’re committed to attending. Blue column lists available women. It’s sorted by your last date, so follow instructions for once and call from the top. We don’t want another Cherie incident.”
Cherie, who he’d accidentally invited to three events in a row, and who’d gotten ideas.