Just for You by Kay Harris

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    Starving artist Meg Kahele needs cash and fast, thanks to poor life choices involving an unscrupulous man. She convinces her best friend’s brother-in-law to hire her as his secretary. When she realizes his love life is as much of a disaster as his desktop, she offers to serve as his matchmaker as well.

    Irresponsible playboy Hayden Morrison grows up fast when he is forced to carry his family’s future on his shoulders as the CEO of Morrison and Sons. He doesn't mind his new secretary finding him a suitable match. But he’s not interested in any of the women Meg finds. He wants Meg herself.

    Despite having virtually nothing in common, heat rises between Meg and Hayden. But while Hayden chases, Meg runs. He has to convince her she’s the woman meant just for him.

    Rating: Spicy
    Page Count: 206
    Word Count: 51593    
    978-1-5092-2153-0 Paperback
    978-1-5092-2154-7 Digital


    “Look, just call him for a reference. When you get it and it’s excellent—which it will be—can I have the job or not?”

    “Why don’t you just go back to Rick?”

    She rolled her eyes and put a hand on her hip. “Because he’ll want a multi-year commitment. And I’m only doing this for as long as it takes to get the money I need. And you are my best friend’s brother-in-law, so I’m asking for a favor here.”

    I was a little surprised she willingly admitted she was asking for a favor. And I was about to revel in the reality that she may, in fact, be halfway human.

    But then she ruined it. “Besides, you clearly need me. You’re a complete disaster. I can start on Monday.” Meg held out her hand as if for me to shake it.

    I stared down at her tiny palm in the dim light. It waited, soft and elegant with intricately painted fingernails, to accept my own. “But you hate me,” I pointed out.

    “Don’t remind me, rich boy. But I’m willing to overlook it. Do we have a deal or not?”

    Perhaps it was the stench of the Dumpsters and my desire to be away from them, maybe it was the crisp night air affecting my thinking, or it could have been her beautiful form outlined in the evening light. But I shook her hand.



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