Book Four: The Forsythe Legacy -- Billionaire Inheritance With A Twist: Dylan, The Serious Heir

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THE FORSYTHE LEGACY – BILLIONAIRE INHERITANCE WITH A TWIST is a brand new series from Franki Ann Jones.
There are six books in this series, each one a stand-alone romance that can be read in any order you like.
John Forsythe was a very wealthy man when he died – how wealthy his six grandnephews found out at the reading of the will. They were all shocked to discover they each inherited Two Billion Dollars.
But there was a twist to this inheritance – each one of the six bachelors had to fulfill three conditions within a year, or lose the money.
Each of the cousins had to establish a company in the United States that would provide a minimum of fifty new jobs. They had to give away a further billion to a worthy cause, and they couldn’t simply write a check to do this! John wanted them actively involved in the charity. The third condition was probably the hardest to carry out – John wanted each of the men to marry and conceive a child within the year. Ouch! That meant they had to give up their playboy ways and settle down.

Not all of the cousins are sure they want to fill Uncle John’s conditions. Book Four is about Dylan Brennan, an academic who had no desire to leave his post as associate professor at M.I.T. He enjoyed teaching and research.
And as for marrying? None of the women he dated were suitable candidates.
Charities? He gave to the Red Cross and the Heart Fund on an annual basis, and never gave it another thought.
No, his head was into the research project he and his best friend, Dr. Janine Martineau had recently completed for an multi-national corporation, not romance or charities. And he was no business man – he’d leave that to his brother, thank you very much!
He wasn’t even certain that he wanted that much money to worry about. Life was pretty good right now, in his ivory tower. He earned a good living, and there were all the women he could desire whenever he snapped his fingers and flashed his winning smile.

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