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A Christmas Promise (Billionaire romance) (Bought By The Billionaire Brothers Book 9)
Alexx Andria


Title: A Christmas Promise (Billionaire romance) (Bought By The Billionaire Brothers Book 9)

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All the wealth and privilege in the world cannot erase the memory of one woman.­Laird Tiechert doesn't do "forever.­" The son of a construction magnate, he spends his time perfecting the art of perpetual bachelorhood. That is, until several months ago, Lana Winters was thrust into his care .
Broken, damaged and needing someone she could trust, Laird found himself in a role he'd never played — as a caregiver.
Laird told himself he was playing a part for the sake of protecting the club, Malvagio. When his part was done, he walked away.
Except, Lana never truly left his heart.
And that's a problem.
Lana Winters, still struggling to overcome what'd happened to her in the darkened halls of the notorious club owned by the Buchanan family, wants nothing to do with men or relationships...­especially someone like Laird.
But there's something about Laird that draws her out of her shell and forces her to confront her feelings for the man, even though he's the worst for someone like her.­Can Laird keep his Christmas Promise or will his failure ruin Lana forever?­USA Today bestselling author Alexx Andria brings the Buchanans back with this story of love and redemption, forgiveness and healing. Excerpt“We don’t need to pretend we’re anything more than passing acquaintances.­” Lana told him. “Let’s put the rules in play right now so as to avoid any awkwardness later.­”
“Sounds serious,­” he said. “Should my lawyer be present?­”
Lana slanted a look his way and he was struck at the beauty in those eyes. “My sister arranged this evening in an attempt to force me out of my self-­imposed seclusion. I’m only here so she’ll ease up on the intervention. I’m not interested in seduction or a relationship, so let’s just try and enjoy the evening as best we can without aggravating one another with unwanted advances that will certainly lead nowhere.­”
“That’s an option,­” he agreed. “May I suggest an alternative?­” When she only arched her brow in answer, he continued, drawing her close as they joined the dancers on the floor. “How about we try friendship? Have you an aversion to being friends? I’m told I’m a pretty good conversationalist.­”
“Yes, I remember. And then I realized that you’re also a fairly competent liar and I have no room in my life for liars, as I’m sure you can understand.­”
“Harsh.­” He frowned. “What if I told you I hadn’t lied about a thing I shared with you and that was the reason I ran away?­” Okay, so he was going with honesty after all. He glanced down to gauge her reaction. “Cat got your tongue?­” he teased when she failed to offer a sharp quip.
Her fingers tightened ever so slightly on his shoulders and for a brief moment she lost the cool control she’d been wielding like a shield. But soon enough her gaze cleared and a tight smile returned as she said, “As I said, you are a masterful liar and I have no room in my life for people like you.­”
“Pity. We make parties far more interesting,­” he said with a lazy drawl as he twirled her in his arms. Startled by the sudden motion, she clung to him, her eyes darting. Her cheeks, bright and rosy, only drew more attention to the sparkling loveliness she radiated, whether she liked it or not. Given the fact that the last time he saw her, she’d purposefully downplayed her good looks and he, being the unobservant clod he apparently was, had bought her act hook, line and sinker, he wondered if it wasn’t his duty to help coax her out of her shell.

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