His Curvy Assistant (The Billionaire Boys Club #4) Read Online K.L. Ramsey

Categories Genre: Romance Tags Authors: Series: The Billionaire Boys Club Series by K.L. Ramsey
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Total pages in book: 36
Estimated words: 34311 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 172(@200wpm)___ 137(@250wpm)___ 114(@300wpm)
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Millie was a brat, a nuisance, but then, why was it so hard for Ranger to get her out of his head? They had spent one night together and then, he went and hired her to be the head of technological security at McTavish. She was overqualified for the job as one of the military’s best computer hackers, but he wasn’t about to tell her that. Ranger just needed to find a way to get past his longing for her and move onto being strictly professional, because that was what was best for Millie. She didn’t need someone like him screwing up her life.
She let her guard down and spent one night with Ranger—one hot, steamy night, that she relived in her fantasies every time she closed her eyes. After that, Ranger offered Millie her dream job, and she jumped at the chance to work at McTavish. She just never imagined that Ranger would go out of his way to ignore her or make her feel like she meant nothing to him. Maybe that was how he felt about her, and that hurt like hell. Her only chance at finding happiness again was to leave town. She couldn’t let Ranger find out that she was hiding her biggest secret from him. He’d made it very clear that he wanted nothing to do with her, and now, she’d have his baby as far away as she could get from him. He didn’t want her, and that was fine with Millie, but he wouldn’t have anything to do with her baby—not if she had anything to say about it.Millie was a brat, a nuisance, but then, why was it so hard for Ranger to get her out of his head? They had spent one night together and then, he went and hired her to be the head of technological security at McTavish. She was overqualified for the job as one of the military’s best computer hackers, but he wasn’t about to tell her that. Ranger just needed to find a way to get past his longing for her and move onto being strictly professional, because that was what was best for Millie. She didn’t need someone like him screwing up her life.
She let her guard down and spent one night with Ranger—one hot, steamy night, that she relived in her fantasies every time she closed her eyes. After that, Ranger offered Millie her dream job, and she jumped at the chance to work at McTavish. She just never imagined that Ranger would go out of his way to ignore her or make her feel like she meant nothing to him. Maybe that was how he felt about her, and that hurt like hell. Her only chance at finding happiness again was to leave town. She couldn’t let Ranger find out that she was hiding her biggest secret from him. He’d made it very clear that he wanted nothing to do with her, and now, she’d have his baby as far away as she could get from him. He didn’t want her, and that was fine with Millie, but he wouldn’t have anything to do with her baby—not if she had anything to say about it.

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Prologue

Six Months Earlier

Millie opened her front door when the incessant banging wouldn’t stop. Who the hell would be banging on her door this late at night? She checked her watch and noted that it was only nine at night and giggled at herself. Millie had always been the type of girl who liked to go to bed early and read into the wee hours of the night. Those were her exact plans for the night, and she had a book on her nightstand that was sure to not disappoint her.

She pulled the door open and found the most gorgeous man that she had ever seen standing on her doorstep. “You Millie?” he asked.

“Um, yeah,” she squeaked. “Can I help you?” She hoped like hell that he’d tell her, yes, because she knew exactly what she wanted to help him with.

“I hate to tell you this, but you might be in danger,” he said.

“Danger?” she asked. “How so?”

“You were over at Ruby’s place tonight?” he asked. She wasn’t sure how much she should and shouldn’t say to a perfect stranger—and he was pretty perfect. Millie nodded, not really knowing what to say to him.

“Well, her friend, Luke, is in trouble, and unfortunately, he might have put you both in danger,” the guy said.

“I didn’t catch your name,” she said, ignoring the fact that he just told her that she might be in danger.

“I’m Luke’s friend, Ranger,” he said. “Sorry, I’m kind of a cut-to-the-chase kind of guy.”

“Yeah, I got that,” Millie teased. He cracked a smile and she had to admit, he was even more handsome when he was smiling down at her like that. “You have a nice smile, Ranger,” she said.


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