This quick little read (76 pages) will put you in the holiday spirit. It did for me. Now I really want to decorate the house and send out cards.
Billionaire Adrien Rousseau has the problem most likely every insanely wealthy man has–trying to find a woman who loves him for the man he is, not the money he owns. Must be tough, right?
And then he accidentally finds her, and incredibly gets stranded in a storm while in Paris at Christmas. How much more romantic can that get? City of love, the lights, the colors, the music, the Eiffel Tower. Except one catch, he never tells her about his real identity, letting her think he’s just a normal guy.
Bella Rose, owner of Creative Couture, was in Paris on a special business mission. Now she finds herself stranded, away from her family, with hunky Adrien, who she assumed is the driver of the car meant to take her to the airport. Bella does make the most of her unfortunate situation, by sightseeing alongside Adrien and sharing the penthouse suite with him. And falling in love with him.
Then she accidentally discovers his expensive identity. Shocked and wounded, she flees. Fate brings them back together, however, and honestly does pay off for Adrien and Bella.
Now, Dear Santa, could you bring me a handsome and sensitive billionaire for Christmas? I’d be happy with just a millionaire. I’ve been a good girl all year, Santa.