The Beautician and the Billionaire Episode 9: Scene 3c

Hello! I hope everyone in the states is having a good Memorial Day. I hope the rest of the world is having a good Monday. Secretly, Monday is my favorite day of the week, but I haven’t found many people who agree with me.

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And now, on with Episode 9:


Charisse dropped to the bed. Conor had a pleading look in his eyes like he’d done something wrong.

“What do you mean?” she asked. Continue reading

What you missed…

Sorry I’m late posting today. I’m still exhausted. I’m gearing up to produce all the custom copies of Nails for a Billionaire and then uploading it on vendor sites. So I might be late posting for awhile.

In the scene that you missed, Conor asked Charisse to move in with him and her phone has been ringing on and off while they made love. You can read the missing scene here!


Charisse didn’t know what had happened to her when Conor asked her to move in with him. It was as if all her love for him had drowned out her ability to speak. She’d never experienced love so intense. She imagined it was because he’d asked her to move in before he even knew about the baby. She hadn’t really thought he’d do anything out of a sense of duty, but the desire to live together had meant more to her than she would’ve ever guessed. Continue reading

The Beautician and the Billionaire 8: The Party Scene A

The Party is finally here. What’s in store for Charisse and Conor?


Conor buttoned up his white shirt, leaving the collar open. Charisse loved him. He couldn’t stop thinking about the moment on the porch when she’d told him, even as Raul went over the party checklist with him.

“Is this a Picasso party?” asked Raul. Continue reading

The Beautician and the Billionaire Episode 5: Scene Takeover b

Welcome to the last post for Episode 5! Warning: Even though they don’t seal the deal yet in this scene, there is a lot of sex talk and foreplay. I definitely give this an NC 17 rating.

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Thanks so much for reading!


Charisse’s insides heated like a curling iron. She knew her skin betrayed her with goosebumps and a furious blush, but there was no denying she desired Conor. She feared she even wanted him more than her salon at the moment. When he offered her the salon if she agreed to be his for a month, her mind and body declared war on each other. Continue reading

The Beautician and the Billionaire Episode 4: Scene 9b

Good news! Episode 4 will be ending on the blog Wednesday, and Thursday, Episode 5 will be available to buy! Thanks to my editor for moving super fast on this one!

If you’re looking for a good weekend read with sex at a ski lodge, be sure to buy Corporate Fire. I’ll be posting pics from the Taos ski basin this weekend!

And now for the story of Charisse’s relationship with Josh…


Conor opened the door to the den and walked inside. It was a stereotypical masculine den: loads of books on the shelves and paintings on the walls. The desk was oak and the couch and armchair were both leather.

Charisse sat against the arm of the sofa with her legs stretched out, staring at the fireplace. She had her clothes on from yesterday, and she had the blanket from earlier wrapped around her legs even though it was on the warmish side in the room.

“Hey,” he said in a quiet voice. Continue reading

The Beautician and the Billionaire Episode 4: The Past Scene 2


Conor strode back to his car. This fucking family. Even her mother was messed up.

Raul said, “I’m sorry Mr. Grishin. I did not realize she still doesn’t know where her mother is.”

“We’ll talk about it during the drive.”

Raul held the door open. “There’s nothing to say, sir.” Continue reading