Henry by Andria Large
(The Beck Brothers)

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Henry Beck, the gorgeous CEO of an advertising company, was in need of a new personal assistant. He expected HR to hire someone older, more experienced, maybe even with gray hair. Who he got instead was the beautiful, young, single mother - Claire Russell. A woman who he is having a hard time keeping his eyes off of...

Claire never expected her new boss to be the most gorgeous man she's ever laid eyes on. She also never expected him to be sweet to her two year old son, Ethan. But Henry is her boss and there is no future with him. Or so Claire thinks...

Will Henry and Claire be able to fight the obvious attraction between them? Will Henry's overbearing mother come between them? Or will a freak accident change their perspectives on life and what's most important...



Praise for Andria Large's Beck Brothers series...

"Henry (The Beck Brothers #1) by Andria Large is nothing short of a "diamond in the rough" debut from a very talented author and creative writer. The storyline has the right mix of drama, romance and sex. The characters were very lovable and I especially enjoyed the way she introduced each Beck Brother into the story & gave us a glimpse into their personalities - such a tease to have to wait for their books!!" ---Novel Words by Jessica book reviews.


"Momma Beck will give you a run for your money as you shake your head at her overbearing antics while your hearts are battling over which Beck Brother is your favorite. (personally I am team Sebastian) I was taken on a roller coaster of a ride with this story..starting from lust at first sight, to yes...no...OMG...situations. I honestly bawled my eyes out the last several chapters." ---Platinum Book Reviews
 

About Andria Large

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Published January 14, 2014 by Andria Large. 232 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Industrial boom-and-bust cycles have driven the rise and demise of large areas since the Industrial Revolution mechanized the world. Some of the losers in capitalism's big game can be found in the unlikeliest of places - such as the Brazilian jungle.

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Up in Big Sur, there's an art gallery where you can pick up a signed lithograph by Henry Miller for a couple thousand dollars or so.

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Petroski seems to bridle under a perceived societal bias towards science and scientists, at the expense of engineers and engineering.

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The New York Review of Books

It seems possible that these are merely rhetorical, that I am not really expected to answer them but be devastated by such points, since it would be odd for Mr. La Farge to want the opinions of someone marred by serious flaws and linked to the most petrified academicism.

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The New York Review of Books

Henry David Thoreau’s Journal was his life’s work: the daily practice of writing that accompanied his daily walks, the workshop where he developed his books and essays, and a project in its own right—one of the most intensive explorations ever made of the everyday environment, the revolving seaso...

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