Title: The Clothing Mogul
Series: Trillionaire Boys Club #2
Author: Aubrey Parker
Genre: New Adult, Romance
Release Date: Dec. 6
“You have to fall in love,” Alyssa suggests. And then, because she’s my publicist, she adds the key word: “Publicly.”
My name is Ashton Moran, and I’m CEO of the $2.2 billion Hurricane Apparel company. You’d think that’d be enough, but it’s not. Not for Alyssa. She says my public image sucks. She says my being a womanizer is hurting Hurricane’s brand.
So she found this girl, Jenna, who I’m supposed to pretend I’m in love with for the press. I’m not supposed to sleep with any other women for as long as this farce goes on. Only with Jenna — if she’s into it, which she will be.
I understand what Alyssa is trying to do by making Hurricane more “family friendly,” but … Me? In love? With only one woman?
There’s no way this is going to work.
The Clothing Mogul is part of the Trillionaire Boys’ Club series by Aubrey Parker. Each book tells the story of one of the Club’s powerful members … and you’re going to want to collect them all.
(Trillionaire Boys Club #1)
They say money can’t buy love. Fortunately, it can buy everything else.
A week ago, I didn’t know who Nathan Turner was. That’s because he doesn’t own deals; he makes them instead. He’s the man behind the curtain — more powerful even than the man in front of it.
He’s a multi-billion-dollar networker. A connector, in his own words.
Nathan’s job is to pull strings. And when I butted my way into his office, he told me he planned to pull my strings, too.
I thought I could make my own deal with Nathan, but now I’m in over my head.
What he’s connecting now isn’t a takeover or a buyout.
I think he’s forming a secret society instead: a Syndicate of billionaires who want to pool their assets into a trillion-dollar pool, then rule the world.
I’m not up to this. I’m just an 18-year-old girl.
But there’s no way Nathan will let me out now.
The Connector is the first book in the Trillionaire Boys’ Club series by Aubrey Parker. Each book tells the story of another of the Club’s powerful members … and you’re going to want to collect them all.
(Trillionaire Boys Club #3)
I love to write stories with characters that feel real enough to friend on Facebook, or slap across the face. I write to make you feel, think, and burn with the thrill that can only come from getting lost in the pages.
I love to write unforgettable characters who wrestle with life's largest problems. My books may always end with a Happily Ever After, but there will always be drama on the way there.