The Unexpected Card by E.H. Lyon
Josh Ives is the boss who goes on one business trip then comes back with the unexpected…
As co-owner of Ives & Wells, I’m ready to nail the most important business trip of my career. But does it have to include my business partner’s moody younger sister, Layla? Yes, it does, and she happens to be escorting me to New Orleans. As much as we hate each other, it isn’t completely crazy. Technically, she’s an employee and someone decided I should be her boss. But one fight after another leads us to an explosion in the bedroom… more than once.
I definitely wasn’t planning on nailing more than a good business deal on this trip.
Unfortunately, our plan to leave the antics in the bedroom and out of the office falls apart as soon as we return home. First, because some of our mutual talents can’t be forgotten. Two, because there is a business partner that may kill me as soon as he figures out what happened. And three, because some secrets can only be kept for so long, give or take nine months.
The Unexpected Card is the first standalone novel from the Mr. Boss series. This workplace romance is filled with banter, a swoony boss, steamy times, and surprises along the way.
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E has a thing for writing witty women, swoony men, and the steamy scenes that bring them together. Her stories take you on a light and bantering ride until the very end when your couple finds their happily ever after.
An American from the Midwest, she now lives in Europe with her small pack of humans. She types away on her laptop with music on repeat, a donut in one hand, a whiskey or coffee in the other, and the occasional glance at her yoga mat that she should probably use again. She loves finding a new book boyfriend, hearing from other authors, and connecting with people who read her books.
Oh yeah, she has too many nicknames for one life, so we’ll just stick to E for now…