Playing to Win

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Book 1 of A Chandler Billionaire Romance
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Pub Date Mar 01 2024 | Archive Date Apr 30 2024

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Every male in the family has scaled the marriage mountain only to take catastrophic tumbles.
They’ve dubbed it The Chandler Curse.

Angel Harris has been sitting on the sidelines since her husband’s death three years ago. Her long-held dream of having a family of her own is slipping away because grief left her frozen in time.

Winston Chandler will do anything for his friend and business partner’s widow. By helping her move forward, perhaps the survivor’s guilt he suffers because of his friend’s death will ease. He believes a makeover will show both Angel and others an external transformation has taken place.

Trouble is, he’s too good at the job. Win is drawn to Angel 2.0. They cross the friend line, but Winn isn’t the man to complete the perfect life she envisions. Chandlers and romance are a volatile mix that end in one way. Disaster.

What will it take for Winn to challenge his family’s legacy of failure and conquer The Chandler Curse?

Celebrating family, friendships, and the power of love. Stories with heart, heat, and humor.

*Playing to Win is the first book in A Chandler Billionaire Romance series. All the books have interconnected characters, no cliffhangers, happily ever afters, and can be read as standalones.

*A billionaire, fake dating, friends to lovers, forced proximity, forbidden romance.

Every male in the family has scaled the marriage mountain only to take catastrophic tumbles.
They’ve dubbed it The Chandler Curse.

Angel Harris has been sitting on the sidelines since her husband’s...

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Playing to Win is a heartfelt romance that had me rooting for the characters from the very first page. Angel and Winston's journey is one of healing, friendship, and ultimately, love. What struck me most about this book is its portrayal of grief and how it can impact every aspect of one's life. Angel's struggle to move on after her husband's death felt raw and authentic, making her journey towards happiness all the more satisfying to witness. Winston's unwavering support and friendship added depth to their relationship, and their slow-burn romance kept me eagerly turning the pages. With its well-developed characters, engaging plot, and emotional depth, Playing to Win is a great read for anyone looking for a heartwarming love story that will leave you with a smile on your face.

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Hold onto your hats, romance lovers, because Playing to Win is about to sweep you off your feet and into a whirlwind of emotions! Picture this: a widow stuck in the past, a charming billionaire with a heart of gold, and a friendship that blossoms into something more – sounds like the recipe for a swoon-worthy romance, right? Well, buckle up, because this book delivers all that and more! From the sizzling chemistry between Angel and Winston to the laugh-out-loud moments sprinkled throughout, this story had me hooked from the get-go. But it's not just about the romance; it's about overcoming grief, challenging family legacies, and embracing the possibility of a second chance at love. So why should you read Playing to Win? Because it's a rollercoaster ride of emotions that'll leave you cheering for love, friendship, and happily ever afters!

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