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1492386_598016610284950_1497820750_o I love Ruth Cardello’s billionaire men. To think that I started reading them when I accidentally bump into Dominic Corisi when I was looking for free books in Amazon (forgive me, but I love hoarding free books from Amazon!). But after reading mighty Dominic’s story, I just have to buy the rest and wait for the release of every upcoming billionaire men and women – of course, we must not forget about Zhang. Personally, my favorite among her five currently published billionaires are Jake Walton and Jeremy’s stories. I always look forward to the release of Ruth Cardello’s books not just the billionaires but as well as her other books. And Alethea’s Redemption is not an exception. As the book is coming out soon on January 13th, I want to share with you all the excerpt of the next billionaire in line with Ruth Cardello’s Legacy Collection. Without much further ado… Here she goes… 1422403_582480425171902_1401178696_n There wasn’t a day that went by that Marc wasn’t grateful for the faith Dominic had shown him, and his loyalty had never wavered. He’d found his confidence again and enjoyed a lifestyle most envied. Money bred money. Although he wasn’t in the same financial league as his boss, he was wealthy beyond what he’d ever expected. He would have said that nothing was more important than his job. Until now. With a sigh, Marc looked back at Alethea. He should have squeezed out every bit of information he could while she was vulnerable. It would have been easy enough to manipulate her and she likely wouldn’t have even remembered it the next day. But he couldn’t. Not even for Dominic. Beneath her tough talk and confident smile, Alethea was hurting, and he couldn’t ignore that any more than he could have left his men behind on the battlefield. In the past, they may have been adversaries, but they were more alike than different when it came to what he considered most important. He wanted her. Needed her. Would find a way to have her. He’d dated many women—even come close to loving a couple of them before things fell apart for one reason or another. But none had ever gotten under his skin the way Alethea had. None sent his blood pounding at the mere thought of touching her. But it was more than that. He respected her. Wanted to hold her to him and comfort her. Or shake some sense into her. The temptation to crawl into bed beside her, hold her in his arms, and kiss away the pain he’d seen in her eyes was strong, but, however much he wanted to protect her, it was his job to outsmart her. He hoped to God she had nothing to do with the trouble at Corisi Enterprises. Tomorrow. He’d figure out what to do tomorrow. For now, all he could do was watch over her. A few hours later, she stirred in her sleep and moaned. Her eyes flew open and she asked into the darkness, “Marc?” He fought and won against the urge to go to her. Instead he answered quietly, “Yes?” “What are you still doing here?” she asked, sounding surprised and confused. “Making sure you’re okay.” She laid her head back on her pillow and closed her eyes, falling back asleep even as she spoke, “I told you I don’t need you.” I know, he thought. But you’re wrong. ——- Copy of this book can be pre-ordered at amazon at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Breaching-Billionaire-Aletheas-Redemption-Collection-ebook/dp/B00GUS99WG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1389146786&sr=8-1&keywords=ruth+cardello It is also available in iTunes at this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/breaching-billionaire-aletheas/id766610716?mt=11 And in case you’re wondering, Dominic Corisi’s story, ‘Maid for the Billionaire’ is still free on Amazon at this link: <a http://www.amazon.com/Maid-Billionaire-Book-Legacy-Collection-ebook/dp/B004XJ4NI4/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=8-1&qid=1389151823 300728_478920862161812_1695104039_n So, what are you waiting for? Give it a try and who knows, you just might fell in love with them like I did. vs_01/08/14

A Sneak Peek to Breaching the Billionaire: Alethea’s Redemption by Ruth Cardello

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