Scottish born Alexander Kincaid is a wealthy playboy. Born with a silver spoon in his mouth tarnished by years of abuse and neglect at his parent’s hands has taught Alexander two things: One, he will never live his life under someone else’s control. And two, control and money are everything in his world, especially in the bedroom.

After his parents’ death, Alex become the CEO of their multi-billion-dollar company. Even from the grave his parents manipulations haunt him. In a rush to satisfy a stipulation in their will, Alex has to find a woman to marry or lose control of his company.

Gladys James knows heartache. Left alone after the deaths of her mother and grandparents and with no knowledge of who her father is, Gladys uses every opportunity she can to stay off the streets. When the chance of a lifetime comes up to study abroad, Gladys finds herself the roommate. Only her new roommate is the sister of one of the richest and sexiest men in the world.

Fantasies are all Gladys can afford with Alexander Kincaid. He’s her benefactor and best friend’s brother, and Gladys can’t lose her friendship and certainly not her heart to the wealthy playboy.


“I read the first version of Alex, and it was good enough for a 3.5, this version is a solid 5. The author has really grown as a writer. The revision of this book is fresh and a good read.”

“This version of Alex is top notch. The new chapters tie in so seamlessly. Good Job.”

My favorite lines:

“There’s nothing that good Scottish whisky cannae cure, and you kin be assured whatever you think is bothering me it’s not a woman. I kin afford tae walk away from puss,” I say with a sly grin.

“My abhobian has fire does she no’?”

“Still looking down at my phone replying to texts, I walk back into my office. “Well, Ms….” Having forgotten her name, when I look at her as I’m walking up to her chair. She turns her head in my direction, I forget what I’m about to say.”

“The POV is seamless. I usually don’t really read a character POV, but this absolutely works for me.”

“I love the secondary characters. The action scene is right on point.”

“I love the author’s writing technique. It’s crisp, very descriptive and such strong writing.”