The Men for Hire series features three stories about three best friends—all with a connection to the At Your Service agency where you can hire a man to do anything from landscape design to handiwork to being your escort for an elegant event. But finding the right man for the job can lead to happily ever after…
Fiancé for Hire
A Men For Hire Series Novel
by Sharon C. Cooper
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Neither of them was looking for love, but that was before they met each other.
As a professional model and actor, Drevon Ross lives a life of luxury. Now he’s ready for his next role—movie producer. But first, he needs to deal with his personal life, something that became way too public months ago, thanks to his ex-girlfriend. He wants to lay low for a while. Unfortunately, that can’t happen, thanks to his matchmaking aunt and her belief that he’d be the perfect arm candy for a particular woman who needs his help.
Former WNBA player Antika Wilcox doesn’t want a man. Her heart has been crushed too many times. But as life would have it, she needs one topretend he’s madly in love with her. When she hires a guy through At Your Service, Antika gets more than she requested. He’s mouthwatering, gorgeous…and way out of her league. No one will believe they are a couple.
With Drevon’s acting skills and Antika’s guarded heart, what starts out as make-believe turns oh-too-real very quickly.
A one-night stand leads to much more…
Montez Ross’s family owns At Your Service, a unique company that provides clients with men for both dating and handyman tasks. When the woman who left him after a one-night stand seeks their services, Montez, unaccustomed to being left, is annoyed but agrees to help her out.
Desiree Hagan is on track to make vice president of marketing at her firm but faces an obstacle: her terrible ex is her direct competition for the promotion. So she hires Montez to be her pretend boyfriend for an important company dinner which she doesn’t want to attend alone. Now she has a new problem: unexpected feelings for Montez that she can’t ignore.
When former high school classmates unexpectedly reunite, will it be a second chance at romance with her unrequited crush?
When Amaya Walker hires a landscape designer, the last person she expects at her door is John Edward Thomas—her unrequited high school crush. Back then, she was the chubby book nerd who was often teased while he was the handsome heartbreaker who was out of her league. But now she’s a big-shot creative director at a well-known recording label. And no one dare tease this plus-size diva who calls the shots and has learned to embrace her show-stopping curves. She’d like to keep nursing her grudge against Jet, but she’s more attracted to him than ever.
Jet can’t believe the confident, curvaceous woman whose yard he’s about to transform into a luxury oasis is the same adorably nerdy girl he had a thing for. He wanted to ask her out in high school but didn’t. And now, as a client, she’s off-limits. But it doesn’t take long for them to rekindle their old friendship, and it quickly becomes something more.
But when they return to their old high school, Peachtree School of the Arts, Amaya discovers a devastating secret that makes her doubt everything she and Jet have shared these last few months. Can he make amends for the past and prove that she’s the only woman with whom he can envision a future?
USA Today bestselling author Sharon C. Cooper loves anything involving romance with a happily-ever-after, whether in books, movies, or real life. She writes contemporary romance, romantic suspense, as well as romantic comedy and enjoys rainy days, carpet picnics, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Sharon’s stories have won numerous awards over the years. Most recently, she’s won a Reading Warriors Choice Award – The Beverly Jenkins Author of the Year (2021) and The Rochelle Alers Best Series award for her Atlanta’s Finest (Romantic Suspense) series (2021 & 2022). When Sharon isn’t writing, she’s hanging out with her amazing husband, doing volunteer work, or reading a good book (a romance of course). To read more about Sharon and her novels, visit www.sharoncooper.net