Christmas looks dismal this year for Feechi Anoduro, until she meets Carsten Raimes at an auction. The wealthy businessman asks for her help with an event he's planning, but Feechi has reservations, because the last time a man asked for her help, she wound up disillusioned and pregnant. She has no time to waste on a man who's clearly out of her league, especially when she has immediate problems that need solving--a fifteen-year-old clunker that needs to go on a scrap heap and the dog her son has fallen in love with that they cannot afford to keep.
Carsten enjoys a challenge any day of the week, and when he discovers Feechi, he decides she'd be a good addition to his team. But Feechi has other ideas and is hard to convince. Seducing her with a job offer doesn't work, so Carsten gets personal, but Feechi isn't sold on anything he has to give. As he alternates between work and play to get her attention, Carsten's attitude changes and suddenly he can't bear to be without this special woman, who makes him want things he never considered important before she came into his world.
N.B. Sold! is a sweet romance, therefore there are no bedroom scenes.
Most people love Christmas, the holidays are a great time to get together with the family and spoil your children. Unfortunately Christmas couldn’t have come at worse time for Feechi. Then, her meeting Carsten while working just seems to take things to a whole different level.
Carsten is an arrogant somebody, but I love it. He’s one of those people who knows what he wants and goes after it, whether it be in his business or his personal life. He was on a mission to have Feechi all to himself and was very strategic in his plan. Even Jack has a way of making Feechi see things from a different perspective.
While reading this book I could understand why Feechi was hesitant to be in a relationship with Carsten. I cheering them on the whole time. It’s tough to let your guard down and not only let someone inside your heart but also let them help you achieve your dreams and goals.
Kimberlee is an avid reader, book reviewer and blogger. When she isn’t reading a book or writing an article she is playing around with recipes in her kitchen.