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The Venture Capitalist - LaVie EnRose, L.V. Lewis
The Venture Capitalist
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Tristan White, the CEO of a multibillion-dollar venture capital firm, has every material thing he could ask for. The loss of his mother and a tragedy involving a dear friend has left him unable to form lasting intimate relationships. Even the alternative lifestyle he adopted shortly before... show more
Tristan White, the CEO of a multibillion-dollar venture capital firm, has every material thing he could ask for. The loss of his mother and a tragedy involving a dear friend has left him unable to form lasting intimate relationships. Even the alternative lifestyle he adopted shortly before entering college to help him cope with the trauma has become less than fulfilling for him in the last year.

When the alluring Keisha Beale breezes into his life seeking startup capital for her record store and studio, his first inclination is to turn her down. But something about the captivating beauty stirs his dormant libido. Mixing business with pleasure ended in tragedy for him once, so he knows he has to tread carefully.

Tristan always builds an exit strategy into every entanglement, but it’s Keisha who severs their arrangement by uttering her safe word. Although upon reconciliation Keisha reveals her feelings for him surpass what they agreed on, Tristan still isn’t convinced that love can be part of his portfolio. That is, until a credible threat puts Keisha’s life in jeopardy and forces Tristan to risk everything, including losing her, to keep her safe.
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Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B0145M1ZL6
Publisher: Jungle Fever Press
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
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Had some issues with the middle towards the end & how it ended, but overall I really liked the story and characters.Things here with certain scenarios, even dialogue, definitely reminded me of our characters in 50 shades, but I think this one stands on it's own quite well, in it's own rite. I would ...
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