two years, and she loves him even more desperately than she did when
they first married. Unfortunately, there was a distance growing between
the two of them, and the passion between them wasn’t flaring as red-hot
as it used to burn. Was it possible that Simon wasn’t as crazy in love
with her as he used to be, or did their problems go much deeper than
Simon Hudson loves his wife and his infant daughter so much it
hurts. And he was getting tired of holding back his emotions from his
worn-out, exhausted wife who had seen their baby girl through her first
year and a half of life without complaint.
Will their differences and emotional distance tear the two of them
apart? Or will a precious gift from Santa help them heal their
misunderstandings and have the merriest Christmas they’ve ever had?
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gets a massive blow to her already desperate financial situation that
will surely find her living on the streets. Needing nothing less than a
miracle to save her, Kara gets rescue from an unknown, unlikely and
overwhelming source. Billionaire Simon Hudson makes her an offer that
is impossible to refuse, but terrifying to accept from a man that she’s
never met. Will the handsome, alpha billionaire really be a solution to
her problems, or will he end up being a major complication and a danger
to her emotional sanity?Reclusive billionaire Simon Hudson would rather be behind a computer
creating computer games than rubbing elbows with the elite and he knows
exactly what he wants…until he meets Kara Foster. Something about
Kara touches Simon in ways he’s never experienced and definitely doesn’t
like. For over a year, Simon watches over Kara, but stubbornly refuses
to admit his desire to possess her, not even to himself. But when she
ends up in a situation that could very well be her destruction, Simon
steps up to help her, not realizing that in saving Kara, he might very
well be salvaging his own soul.“Mine For Tonight” is book one of “The Billionaire’s Obsession” .
Books in this trilogy do not stand alone and need to be read in order.