Also by this author: Baiting the Boss, Undercover in the CEO's Bed, White-Hot Holiday, Real Men Don't Quit, One Real Man
Published by Entangled: Lovestruck on July 7, 2015
Genres: Boss Employee Romance, Contemporary Romance, Mistaken Identity, Opposites Attract, Small Town Romance
Character(s): Blue Collar Guys
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As far as Nina Beaumont is concerned, money ruins everything. Leave it to her wealthy family to screw up her professional life and her personal life. When she crashes and her car sinks, sending her identification and all her belongings spiraling into the watery abyss, Nina sees her chance to escape.
And stumbles into a job with the hottest man she’s ever met…as his maid.
Between running an inn, caring for his grandmother, and trying to keep the dirty-dealing Beaumont Corporation from stealing his land, Joe Farina's plate is full. He doesn't have time for romantic entanglements—especially not with the suspiciously bad maid he just hired, no matter how much he needs her…both in and out of his bed.
Screwing with her life is one thing, but Nina’s not about to let her family screw with Joe. That is, if she doesn’t lose him when he finds out who she really is.
Erin: So the blurb coupled with the great cover of Coleen Kwan’s, His Millionaire Maid, is what drew me to this book. The story itself is what kept me turning the pages. This was a cute, entertaining read. I really liked that this was a different take on the usual rich versus poor in that this time, the one with the money is the heroine while the hero is just your everyday working man.
Heiress Nina Beaumont is tired of her family (and her wealth) ruining all the good things in her life, so when an unforeseen opportunity presents itself for her to leave all that behind and become someone new, she jumps at the chance. Enter the loveable, hunky Joe Farina, who hires Nina to be of all things, his maid. Sure the plot is predictable but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the book or the characters. The flirting and banter between Nina and Joe was sweet and fun and I really liked the idea of Nina using the experience of being a maid, and a not very good one at that, as an opportunity to find herself.
This was a quick and easy read and not a bad way to pass a bit of time! Check it out!