A tyrant by day, a playboy by night. That is the reputation that precedes Richard VanRyan. He lives life the way he wants, no concern for the opinion of others. He cares for no one, is completely unrepentant, and he has no desire to change his ways.
Katharine Elliott works under Richard as his PA. She despises him and his questionable ethics, but endures all the garbage he sends her way, because she needs the job. Her end goal is far more important than the daily abuse and demands she tolerates from her nasty tyrant of a boss.
Until the day, he asks her for something she never expected. A new role with a personal contract — fiancée instead of PA.
What happens when two people who loathe each other, have to live together and act as though they are madly in love?
That’s what happens.
Can the power of love really change a person?
Will they survive the contract?
What do you do when the one person you hate the most becomes the one person you can’t live without?
Richard VanRyan can add another line to his resume—Daddy.
How does he handle the new addition to his life?
The Baby Clause is a short continuation of Richard and Katy’s story, containing humorous glimpses into his life as a father, and how his world has changed.
A must-read for all fans of The Contract!
Richard VanRyan has it all.
A loving wife, a beautiful family, great friends, and a career he excels at.
He’s riding high on the crest of life.
What happens when the ride stops?
When the unthinkable becomes reality and life may never again be the same?
The Contract has changed.
Can Richard and Katy overcome The Amendment?
You can change your future but you can’t escape your past.
Life is good for Richard VanRyan.
His family is growing. His life is rich. He has everything he could desire, and he is blessed with all he never knew he needed.
Until the day his past shows up and tosses a grenade into his future.
What happens when the man you used to be casts a shadow over the man you are today?
Can the two worlds merge in peace, or will one cause the other to splinter?
Can forgiveness be earned or does it come with too high a price?