I’m in the business of creating fairy tales. And I should know; I’ve written quite a few. Theme parks. Production companies. Five-star hotels. Everything could be all mine if I had renovated Dreamland into a thriving resort and hired Zahra as the face of our marketing campaign. But once I kissed her, things spiraled out of control: first with my brother, then with my business partner, and finally with Zahra herself after she found out my true identity. Now everything is more complicated than I ever imagined. Worst of all, it’s up to me to ensure this is only fiction.
I’ve been hired to help restore Dreamland — a theme park in Florida — to its former grandeur. Along with my billionaire business partner, we’re tasked with revamping this 1,000-acre amusement park, a family resort and mecca for people craving a return to simpler times. But that’s when it all gets complicated. Zahra is an accountant who knows more about the business side of things than she should, and there’s something about her that keeps me coming back for more, even though it may land us both in hot water.”
It’s amazing what a professional name-drop can do. When I hired an interior designer to renovate Dreamland, I was convinced she was the best in the industry. But then my reservations grew as I fell for her passion and creativity, along with her love of Disney movies. Things spiraled out of control when I used my latest alias—Blake March—to text her about our renovation plans.
About The Fine Print Book
I’m in the business of creating fairy tales.
Theme parks. Production companies. Five-star hotels.
Everything could be all mine if I renovated Dreamland.
My initial idea of hiring Zahra was good in theory, but then I kissed her.
Things spiraled out of control once I texted her using an alias.
By the time I realized where I went wrong, it was too late.
People like me don’t get happy endings.
Not when we’re destined to ruin them.
After submitting a drunk proposal criticizing Dreamland’s most expensive ride, I should have been fired.
Instead, Rowan Kane offered me a dream job.
The catch? I had to work for the most difficult boss I’d ever met.
Rowan was rude and completely off-limits, but my heart didn’t care.
At least not until I discovered his secret.
It was time to teach the billionaire that money couldn’t fix everything.
Especially not us.
The Fine Print is the first book in a series of interconnected standalones following three billionaire brothers.