The owner of a beach-side drink stand is on the opposite end of the spectrum from a global diamond mine owner, but opposites attract, right?
Sasha Redding works eighteen hours a day and is always running just a bit behind on everything from time, to money, to patience. So when she starts cleaning billionaire Jasper Rosequist’s mansion and doesn’t have time to shower before heading over to her drink stand, she takes the liberty of bathing in his bathroom.
Jasper is struck by the spunky, beautiful woman he finds in his house and his sister’s words about his life being empty haunt him. He thinks Sasha is just what he needs to fill his time, but they work on opposite schedules and can’t seem to find time to spend on each other.
As he learns about her financial issues with money and her emotional walls with rich men, he’ll have to decide if she’s worth risking the loss of his heart or if he should walk away before he gets in too deep.
Sasha will have to put aside her preconceptions about rich men in order to make a relationship with Jasper work, but it might take more than glinting diamonds to open her eyes to the possibility of true love.
Note: This is a standalone story.