Lucy was like a little sister to him…except she wasn’t.
Lucy was just a kid…except she wasn’t anymore. Lucy didn’t want him to kiss her…except shewas swaying toward him, and her gaze was fixed on his mouth as if she were willing it to comecloser to hers.Carlo found himself moving nearer.Was he really this weak? Apparently he was. Or the attraction was just that strong. Now was the last chance to dredge up his common sense, to gather his brain cells together, to dosomething rather than give in.Lucy swallowed again. “What would it take for me to get a bite of that pie?”His laugh was low. “I’m sure we can think of something.”She didn’t move as he took the fork out of her unresisting hand and set it on the table. She didn’t blink as he drew her against him. And she didn’t make a sound as he finally succumbed totemptation and lowered his mouth to taste hers.Dear Reader,Like me, the heroine of this book, Lucy Sutton, would prefer to avoid roller coasters. She knows itdoesn’t take an amusement-park ride to get her pulse racing and her heart thumping—her temporary boss can give that to her with just one look from across the office!But it’s Carlo Milano who really needs to get away from his desk and into the sunshine, and Lucywill do what she must to make that happen. He’s an old family friend after all…as well as thecrush she’s hidden for years.I love office romances and watching a girl finally get her man—Bachelor Boss offers both! I hopeyou enjoy it as much as I enjoyed telling Carlo and Lucy’s story.Christie Ridgway
BACHELOR BOSSCHRISTIE RIDGWAY