Keepin' The Faith
I had always been a good girl ruled by my catholic guilt, until one little slip-up in college led me down a different path. Now, I’m just trying to be the best mom I can to my little girl, making ends meet - cleaning houses by day, hosting sex toy parties at night, and holding out hope that Prince Charming truly does exist. Then I met him - handsome, successful, and hardworking. The perfect Prince...
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 2, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 8875691
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“Great rom-com with a twist! I loved this book from beginning to end! You will laugh, want to throat punch & laugh some more.Faith is a single mom that will do whatever it takes to make ends meet, even if it means cleaning houses & selling sex toys. A...”
Charming. Right? Wrong. So wrong. I’m carefree. He’s a perfectionist. I’m broke. He’s rich. I’m a single mom. He doesn’t have patience for kids. And…Did I mention, he’s my new boss? A boss who has me thinking more impure thoughts than a teenage boy with their first dirty magazine, a boss who is totally out of my league, and a boss who I’m impossibly attracted to. Sometimes a girl must give up the illusion that fairy tales exist and realize happily ever afters only happen in movies. I’m not a princess, and he’s not a prince. But when an unconventional fairy godmother intervenes to work her magic, maybe just maybe, I’ll get to wear that crown after all.