Passion Abroad

By: J A Fielding

Love Arises In The Most Unlikely Of Places

Have you ever felt like you just need to get away from it all? Well that's exactly how Erica feels, and she's going to do something about it!

Forget her cheating scum-bag of an ex fiancé, forget her 'too much work for not enough money' job; she needs a vacation, and she needs one now.

Whatever expectations she had about her getaway though, I doubt even Erica planned on meeting the man of her dreams. Daniel is good looking, has a great sense of humor, and has more money than he knows what to do with it.

After getting to know each other, the next logical step would be to travel the world together right? Well, maybe not for the old Erica, but this new one is up for anything...

Follow along with this sexy and exciting billionaire romance by J A Fielding. Please only read if you're over 18 as this book contain smoking hot sex scenes which will leave your room steamy!

Chapter 1

Erica Hayes had spent the better part of the weekend sending back the wedding gifts. Writing the apologies was the hardest part and as much as she hated doing it, the truth was that she could not stand having gifts that reminded her of the wedding that was supposed to take place. She took a deep breath when she was done writing the last note and put it in the envelope. She never really did understand why the woman was always left to deal with the mess in the aftermath. She always wondered why it couldn’t be the other way round. Maybe for once men needed to have a taste of what life was like when the shoe was on the other foot. She sat down and sighed before switching on the TV. From the corner of her eye, she could see her phone screen blinking on and off. She had put her phone on silent mode and unhooked her house phone. She needed her space. She needed the silence. And it was better that way because every time her phone would ring it would be some person with heartfelt apologies about her wedding and honestly she’d heard enough of that already.

As she sat there, she thought of Eli and the times they’d had. But even though she was trying to focus on the better days of the relationship, her memories seemed set on the day she busted Eli cheating…

It was on a Thursday afternoon and she was feeling on top of the world as she walked to her white BMW.

“You really showed them, Hayes,” Morris Kirkland, her boss said with a smile.

“Thanks, Mr. Kirkland,” she said with a smile. Morris leaned on the hood of her car and looked at her.

“You keep that up and I will definitely be seeing you in the partnership list soon,” he said. Erica smiled and nodded.

“That is perfect because I have really been wondering when that raise was going to come,” she said. Morris smiled and then laughed.

“At this rate, sooner than you think,” he said before he walked away leaving Erica standing there with butterflies in her tummy. She could not help but feel proud of herself. She had taken on one of the most difficult cases she had ever heard of and she had killed it. A five million dollar settlement was not something people expected especially since the initial offer had been four hundred thousand dollars. Actually, no one had seen that coming, not even the other lawyers. Everyone thought that she would probably get a million or a million and a half, not more than that. Guess everyone was more than a little shocked when they heard the ruling.

As soon as she got in the car, she cranked up the radio and smiled to herself as she sang along to Bon Jovi’s Living on a Prayer.

“Oh yeah. There ain’t no school like the old school,” she thought as she sang along. She passed by Antonio’s Grill, one of her favorite restaurants. She had made it a habit to get a celebratory dinner of ravioli and cherry tomatoes from Antonio’s and as usual, she always got two dinners. She had just walked out of Antonio’s when she decided to give Eli a heads up and let him know she was on her way.

“That’s odd,” she thought when Eli didn’t pick up. “Maybe he is in the bathroom or something,” she thought as she started her car. She shrugged and buckled in before she began driving home. She had considered getting a touch up on her hair but she shrugged the thought off. “If it was good enough for the jury, then it is good enough for Eli,” she said to herself as she caught a glimpse of her reflection.

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