The Billionaire's Passion Teaser

Updated: Feb 17, 2020

It has been a while since I last posted a blog, so I thought I'd start doing it again. The first one for 2020 is a teaser for The Billionaire's Passion, book 2 of The Billionaire's Love featuring Sam and Chandra's love story. The book is expected to be released on March 30th. It is avaliable for pre-order on Apple iBooks and Google Play.



Finally, Chandra Chandler has a chance at love when Sam Harrington confessed his feelings for her. Now, Sam is asking her to move in with him, which Chan has agreed, with the encouragement of her sisters.

The changes in her environment, along with the warmth, care, and love Sam gives her bring Chan contentment and happiness, contrary to her fear prior. However, little does she know her dark past is about to return to haunt her, along with the people she feared most, threatening to destroy her new family.

Chapter 1

(Note this is only a draft)

It felt strange to be packing again, since it hadn’t been that long ago when Chan and her two sisters, Dara and Soriya, had moved into this luxurious apartment in the heart of the Gold Coast of Australia. To be sure, it seemed they had been relocating quite a bit during this past year, first the big change moving from New Zealand to Australia after the death of their beloved grandmother.

For a while, they had lived in number six of Bay View Avenue, a four bed-room beachside bungalow the girls had inherited from their deceased father. After they had sold that off to The Harrington Group, the multibillion-dollar company Chan had found out later belonged to Sam, the girls had moved into this beautiful apartment.

Now, Chan was moving again. Of course, her sisters Dara and Soriya would continue to live here while she...

Chan felt her heart skip a beat. Once again, she couldn’t believe Sam had asked her to move in with him after only three months of them dating. More so, she couldn’t believe she had agreed. It was so unlike her, to be doing this sort of things. She had always been so cautious, taking the time to think and evaluating the situation before taking the leap when making any major decision, especially a life changing one such as this.

A feeling of both dread mixed with anticipation and excitement stirred in the pit of her stomach, and Chan found her knees weakened. Leaving the array of cardboard boxes and her belongings scattered about the room, she came to sit down on the floor, feeling quite dazed suddenly at the thought that starting from today, this evening in fact, she’d be living with Sam and Lilly. They’d be seeing each other every day henceforth, doing things together like she had always done with her sisters.

Family. She was going to have a new family with Sam and Lilly.

A few knocks came at the door, and Soriya’s head pop in. The moment the sister saw Chan’s dazed expression, she chuckled, her eyes twinkling. “You okay?”

Soriya’s voice drew Chan’s attention, and the older sister sighed. “Yeah... I think so.”

Soriya came into the room and made herself comfortable on the floor beside her sister. “Are you nervous or something?”

Chan nodded. “Very. It’s my first time moving in with a man, you know.”

Soriya said, “There’s always a first in everything. But I’m sure things will work out fine. Sam loves you, and he wants to spend more time with you, which is only natural considering this is like your honeymoon phase of the relationship when everything is like super sweet and stuff. I mean I can totally understand why he wants you living with him, considering his work and everything. He hardly has time to spend with Lilly as it is, right?”

Chan nodded in agreement. Sam was always busy with work, especially recently, and she knew Lilly was lonely, which worried her. Of course, the little girl had friends at school, as well as Marian, the housekeeper to keep an eye on her, but it just wasn’t the same. A child needed her parents around to feel loved. Well, in this case, it’d be parent, since Sam was a single father.

“Yeah, being a businessman is tough, right?” Dara’s voice came from the opened door. “Especially if you’re a billionaire and running a multibillion-dollar company. Hardly any time to spend with loved ones beside work.”

Chan nodded.

Dara leaned herself against the frame of the door and then said, as she folded her arms across her chest. “Still packing?”