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The Billionaire’s Sub


Moving to Hollywood after graduation was supposed to be my first step into the adult world, a chance for me to live life on my terms. It’d worked for my older sister. I just hadn’t realized how much until she shared her darkest secret with me.

 

When twenty-one year-old Hanna Breckenridge moves across the country to take a job as her sister’s business manager, she has no idea the culture shock she’s in for. When billionaire Cross Phillips approaches her, she’s flattered, only to find out that he’d been interested for reasons far different than anything Hanna would’ve imagined. When things take a dangerous turn, she’s forced to decide just how much she can trust this gorgeous man.

 

Don’t miss the steamy standalone The Billionaire’s Sub by USA Today’s best-selling author MS Parker.

REVIEWS


The Billionaire’s Sub is an incredibly well written story that will grab you from the moment you start reading, and not let you go until the very end.

Carrie Renteria, Goodreads.com

This is such a rollercoaster of events and you truly don’t want to miss it, I really enjoyed reading this so thank you M.S Parker for delivering an amazing book. 

Atlanta Whitlock, Goodreads.com

This was a captivating book that had me reading it in one sitting! Twist, turns HOT love scenes and a gorgeous rich Dom! It was true M.S. Parker style! 

Judy, Goodreads.com

EXCERPT


I was almost disappointed when I arrived at the airport and didn’t see sunshine or celebrities. Well, the sunshine might’ve been there, but it was outside and seeing it through the large windows wasn’t the same as feeling it on my face, the sure way to confirm to myself that I’d really arrived, that being here wasn’t a dream.

I did see a few men in black suits and dark glasses crowding around someone presumably important, but I couldn’t tell who she was. If it hadn’t been for the sheer difference in the size of airports, I could’ve convinced myself that I’d arrived back to the place I’d just left.

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