Between Two Billionaires: Part Two by Sky Corgan

The second installment in a billionaire romance series by USA Today bestselling author Sky Corgan

Between two billionaires: part two

Tristan Locke is perfect. Perfectly damaged. A past marred in loss has made him apprehensive to form a relationship with anyone. Until he meets Sarah Palmer.

Abandoning her religious upbringing, Sarah launches into a strained relationship with Tristan. It's hard to tell what his intentions are, however, when he runs smoking hot one minute and lukewarm the next.

Luckily for Sarah, she's able to get insider information about Tristan from his brother Shawn. However, Shawn might not be the good guy whom he's making himself out to be.

Between Two Billionaires: Part Two is the second part of a three part novella serial.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 15504

Sample text:

My fingers tremble as I reach up to take one of the pictures off the shelf. The one I want depicts Tristan down on one knee, sliding an engagement ring on the red-headed girl's finger. There's a Christmas tree in the background and wrapping paper all around them. It looks like it was a magical time for them.

This woman. I've betrayed her, and I don't even know who she is. My heart aches from that realization. I never meant to do this. I never mean any of it.

“Good morning, beautiful,” a man's voice says behind me. Not Tristan's voice.

I'm so startled that I drop the picture. The frame hits the tile floor and the glass protecting the photo shatters. I cringe. Tristan is going to be pissed. Pissed that I broke one of his matching picture frames. Pissed that I discovered his secret.

“I'm sorry,” the voice says.

I'm on my knees, trying to pick up the pieces of the frame, hoping I can hide it long enough to get the hell out of this house. I turn my face towards the person who was speaking to me. My eyes land on a wall of lean hard muscle, an unfamiliar man wearing only a pair of black boxer shorts. He's tall and handsome, with mussy hair that's almost black and eyes just as dark. He kneels beside me to help pick up the pieces of the broken frame, and I find myself staring at him. Who is this guy?

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