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Playing With Fire

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213 pages8 hours

Summary

The chef and the billionaire each want more from the other than their chemistry in bed, so both will have to come clean. Will their secrets make them or break them?

Carolyn Hamilton has never been the sort of woman who sleeps around. In fact, she's been without a partner since her last relationship fell apart, and that's been years. Maybe that explains why she gives in to her boss's seduction...she's lonely. They used condoms, and she's on the pill...there's no way anything can go wrong, right? Wrong! First, she discovers what she thinks is evidence he's into criminal activities, and then she finds out she's pregnant with his child. And it doesn't help that she has been stupid enough to develop feelings for him. So now she has to keep her secret, search for a new job, and keep her distance from the man whom she should not love. The FBI thinks he's an arms dealer, but Mikhail Chaykovsky knows he's innocent. He has a choice...work with them to discover who has infiltrated his import/export business or risk being arrested for domestic terrorism. But he must also keep up the facade of the successful businessman, living large as he has always done. His new chef is a welcome distraction, and when she finally sleeps with him, Mikhail is blown away by just how emotionally satisfying the experience is. It's nothing serious, but he can't keep his mind, or his eyes, or his hands off her.

Then he discovers evidence that she's pregnant. He's overjoyed to think it might be his child, yet unexpectedly hurt that she is keeping it from him. How can Carolyn and Mikhail clear up the misunderstandings that plague their relationship? And how can love grow when they are both keeping secrets from each other?

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