Selling Forever by Kimber Chin
Publisher: Champagne Books
Published: July 2009
Can Cara close the deal on love?
The Best Sales Plans…
Real estate agent Cara Jones needs a celebrity handyman for her charity auction. Reclusive billionaire Richard Thompson is the perfect choice. All she has to do is find his trigger and trip it, without becoming emotionally attached.
…Sometimes Go Awry
Richard wishes to be valued for himself, not simply for his money. He certainly isn’t going to fall in love with a pushy, pie baking saleswoman, no matter how sweet she tastes.
This was such a sweet short story, Kimber Chin wrote it especially for her mum, and the book was a bit different from Invisible. But I sure like both sides.
It's the story about Cara who is a saleswoman, and she has big plans and wants to help her assistant and her family. That would be made easier if she could get a great guy for a charity auction. she has her eye on Richard, a computer millionaire who wants to stay out of the public eye. I am sure you can see where this is headed.
This is my first review for a short story, it feels weird, but then again, what is different. Ok, not as much things happen but there is still the story there.
I like Cara, she knows what she wants, and she is great at it. She doesn't mind being in the public eye and she is sweet and wants to help everyone. I am really fond of her at once.
Richard is the opposite of her, but I like him at once too. He seems so sweet and when he meets her for the first time, aww. They are so meant to be.
Talk. That was it. He’d cross the threshold and talk about the handyman auction. No saying yes and no buying a house. Kissing, fine, he’d kiss her, nothing more. That was final.
No how can you say not to that. How I liked those two when they met. But they are from different worlds, everyone wants to talk to her, and he doesn't want to talk to anyone, well except for her. So I finished the story quickly to see how their two worlds possibly could meet, and if you want to know then you just have to find out for yourself.gift from the author, no obligation to review