Billionaire Rules

Billionaire Rules. Never Nag or Whine

Gin learns that with Novak Hoffman the most important Billionaire Rules are never to nag and never ever whine. The behavior of her eccentric billionaire boss and lover often makes those rules difficult to follow.

Gin believes Novak loves her, but knows he sees other women. He’s a handsome billionaire and loves the life of a playboy. Frequent trips give him plenty of opportunities to fool around.

Novak trusted Gin with an important assignment in China. She performed so well, she’s rewarded with another country to develop. India has tremendous potential, but is a challenge. A challenge for business development and her love life. She’ll see Novak only a few weeks a year.

Gin wants to balance business with a normal love life. One offering more than a part time long distance romance. She’s sacrificed her independence to become a successful corporate executive. Is a fast track to wealth worth the sacrifice?

Maintaining a relationship with Novak is difficult. He loves Gin, but still leads the life of a wealthy playboy. Gin begins to wonder if her billionaire romance leads to a dead end. Then she meets Jagdish. Will she fall for this handsome Indian billionaire?

Will Gin find happiness in India? Will she fall in love with another or work things out with her eccentric billionaire lover? Follow Gin as her career skyrockets ever higher. Is her success worth the price? Gin’s education and adventures continue in Billionaire Rules, book 6.  

Billionaire Rules: Released on August 3, 2015.  Gin’s adventures continue. Download now to follow along as she brings BloodSave to the world.

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I’ve had an interesting life. I suppose that’s why a couple years ago I started writing. I’ve had an interest since grade school. Growing up I was a dedicated reader. I read many of the classics, from Moby Dick to the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. My grandmother had the full collection of Ernest Hemingway on her book shelves. I read them all. I was hooked on going to libraries.I’d spend hours browsing the shelves. I read The Count of Monte Cristo, The Odyssey, anything by Jack London. Later in life I became a Tom Clancy fan. As I aged, I realized I’ve seen a lot and done a lot, both good and bad. I thought I might as well write some of it down, before I forget it all.) I grew up as an Air Force brat. As a ten and eleven year old I lived in Japan for 18 months. This was during the Korean War. The war ended in 1953 (not really, a cease fire took place) so my step dad was rotated back to the States. I had no choice, but to return with him. I liked Japan. We weren’t in the States for long. In 1955 we went to Chateuroux, France. We were in France for three years. I hated to leave. I was a high school sophomore, a football star, a big fish in a small pond. How many young American teenagers get to walk down the Champs–Élysées and drink Cognac in sports bars. I really liked France. Fast forward a few years and I was attending Georgia Tech part time and working at Western Electric as an Engineering Associate. I was bummed out to get a draft notice. Like Mohammad Ali, I had no quarrel with the yellow man. I thought the war a huge mistake. To beat the draft I joined a Navy Reserve unit located at the Ga. Tech campus. I joined with a good friend who said we should apply for the Seabees. We didn’t know it at the time, but that was like purchasing a trip to Vietnam and being in the field with the Marine Corps. We ended up in the same squad in Vietnam. With all this military stuff going on, it’s no wonder I’ve gravitated toward writing techno thrillers. I guess military life is in my blood. During World War 11 my dad was a Sergeant in the Army Air Corps. He didn’t make it. In 1944 the B-24 heavy bomber he was a gunner on was shot down over Germany. By a cruel twist of fate, it was on my second birthday. My writing reflects my military experiences and thoughts about military life. Few wars are necessary. Often they take place by a series of mistakes and miscalculations. Once started there is no good or easy way out. I write about the harm war brings to so many people. I respect the military and military families. They often face great hardship so the majority of the American public can continue with their shopping, TV watching, overeating, or whatever the current fad may be. I respect few current politicians. Most only play to their base. Since the Citizens United Supreme Court decision, that base has narrowed. Now they listen only to those who can write a big check. The money men, pandering politicians, and the circle of 1% elite, are the ones who send young men and women to war. I’m sure this lack of respect shows up in my writing. But, no way I’m giving up on America. As Winston Churchill once said, “The Americans will always do the right thing… after they’ve exhausted all the alternatives.”

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