The Unexpected Wedding Loving a Billionaire Book 2 by Debra Elizabeth Genre: Contemporary Romance
Lady Elizabeth Tyndale has endured a string of bad dates. She’s not sure if sharing her opinions and business sense scared potential boyfriends away, but what’s the point of having an opinion if she never expresses it? When her brother and sister-in-law invite her to join them on a trip to San Diego, she reluctantly agrees. Besides, what does she have to lose? She’s certainly not burning up the dating scene in England.
Computer Programmer Jackson ‘Jack’ Stanfield doesn’t date much. He’d rather bury himself in code because computers are simple, but people are complicated. When his college buddy invites him to a BBQ, Jack reluctantly agrees to attend. He’s not prepared for his intense reaction when he meets Elizabeth Tyndale. Can the British beauty draw Jack out of his shell and open his heart to love?
“What a beautiful view,” Elizabeth exclaimed as she watched the sun dip toward the ocean horizon.
“Not as beautiful as you,” Jack said. He reached across the table for her hand. “Thank you for such an enjoyable day. I’ve never liked the zoo better than seeing it through your eyes.”
Jack had never met anyone like Elizabeth. She was beautiful, funny, kind and had a good head for business as well. They had talked all afternoon about different business ideas while touring the zoo. For him, it was an intoxicating combination, and he felt drawn to her. He loved a woman with a strong work ethic and was impressed with the wedding business she and Keira were managing at Barrett Castle.
Every time she looked at him with her gorgeous blue eyes, he felt an unexpected thrill race down his spine. It was a connection he’d never felt before, and he wanted to explore it further. It was the first time he wanted to spend day after day with someone. It made him realize what he’d been missing in his life.
She squeezed his hand. “It was a perfect day, wasn’t it? I’m so glad I decided to come with Cade and Keira to California. Otherwise, I never would have met you.”
“That would have been a terrible shame,” he said, bringing her hand to his lips for a light kiss.