The Money Man's Seduction
Gifts from a Billionaire
Author: Leslie LaFoy
From his platinum watch to his Italian loafers, Cole Preston looked like a man who meant business.And
Emily Raines knew he didn't want her business interfering with his precious family. A man like Cole just
couldn't believe her claim of innocence. Obviously, he had ulterior motives when he began his full-on
seduction. But she was happy to play his game. For the tycoon would uncover nothing she didn't want
revealed. And she might just loosen him up enough to open his heart to all kinds of possibilities....
As a new mom, Leslie, at her wit's end, called her mother for advice. "He never sleeps!" she wailed into
the phone. From the end of the line came a cackle--yes, a cackle!--and the words, "I have waited thirty-
six years for this moment!"Yes, the apple didn't fall far from the maternal tree. Leslie doesn't sleep much.
Never has and apparently never will. Why? Well, Leslie says there are just too many interesting things to
do with a day. Sleep is at the very bottom of her To Do List.There's the writing, of course. And the
reading, the interior decorating, the stained glass work, the sewing, the gardening, the now teenage son's
ice hockey and lacrosse schedule (Leslie's the Executive Secretary for the Wichita Lacrosse
Association), all the household and financial management stuff, playing the secretary-slash-receptionist
for her husband's business one day a week, and being a decent wife, mom, daughter, friend.Leslie used
to juggle being a high-school history teacher--and department chair--along with everything else. But her
husband, David, begged her to have some mercy on the family and so she gave up the world of academia
to be a full-time writer and lady of leisure. Once the son heads off to college, though.... Leslie's toying
with the idea of going there herself. She misses that teaching thing--and it would only be a couple of
classes, a couple times a week, a semester at a time. Yeah, she thinks the schedule could handle that.