The Billionaire and the Barista by L.C. Zingera

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A short sensual romantic comedy of approximately 16,700 words.
Contains explicit love scenes

When Daniel Gerard first made his millions, he’d been intrigued by the fact he could easily get almost any woman he wanted. By the time he became a billionaire, he knew that he would never know for sure if a woman could separate the man from the billions in her mind.
When Bill, his personal limo driver had a family emergency, Daniel found himself driving his own limousine home from the airport. Exhausted he stopped for a break half way home at a small town coffee shop. There he met Lorianne, a cheerful young Barista, who is about to open a themed coffee shop of her own, Java Knights. Shrugging off his responsibilities and thrilled to be liked as simply Daniel the limo driver, he decides to stay in town to help her with the opening. Daniel has fun listening to her brother’s band rehearse for opening night, taking Lori for picnics and being treated simply as Danny.
When Daniel finds himself falling for Lori, Harry his personal accountant who is even more jaded than Daniel, is not only concerned but also convinced that once even sweet Lori figures out who he is, she would change, as all women did when they saw Daniel’s wealth. They propose an experiment. What would Lori do, if she had money, and thought Daniel didn’t? They decide to find out, and arrange for Lori to win a million dollar lottery jackpot secretly funded by Daniel. Will she remain the same sweet girl he’d fallen in love with? And will she still want to go through with the wedding?

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Published April 28, 2012 by L.C. Zingera. 74 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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