Love Is...: The Fitzgerald (Once Upon a Kiss Book 2)

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Laughter... Light... Kindness... Fire... Passion... Darkness...

Amelia sat behind her desk in her corner office on the twenty sixth floor - boasting of a beautiful view of Boston harbor. Finding her sudden promotion for a position she never applied for rather intimidating, Her boss had come to her two Fridays ago and told her he'd forwarded her resume off to HR for an opening in accounting. With a sinking feeling, she was told that she would interview with the CEO for it come Monday.
Amelia had been pretty sure she had blown it, the CEO none other then Titian Fitzgerald - he was a hard ass that looked like the hand of God himself had taken great pleasure in his creation. So well put together, perfect features, hair, body, demeanor and topped off with a voice that could turn any sane woman to a puddle. By the time she had left his office she felt like she had a battering ram had been pounding her brain to bits; she'd been mentally exhausted. And here she was; it had been ballsy of her to think she could handle working in close quarters with him, from what she understood they would do a great deal of traveling together and at a moments notice... "Just Great," her mind screamed at her calling herself ten different kinds of an idiot - she wasn't anyone else; who'd jump at this chance, she like her peaceful existence.

Titan had felt the pull towards Amelia; there was an innocence about her an inner beauty and strength that called to him. Did she have what it took to be his site assistant? from the look of her resume she was great with numbers and had saved him several million dollars since she'd started several years ago. A quick eye and an honest mind, it was what he needed in that position; as he'd a dam sight more drama than anyone at his level should need to deal with in the work place and although he would be placing another woman in the position he had a feeling he would need to watch himself as opposed to worrying about her throwing herself at him; he thought as he remembered her lush curves.

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