Marry Me for Money (Forever After, #1) by Mia KaylaLeaving her small town behind, Bethany Casse moves to Chicago in search of a new life. Working at a top financial bank brings her into contact with two men who are as different as night and day.
Kent Plack, heir to Plack Industries, has no interest in being with a woman for longer than one night. A spoiled and lazy man-whore, he is completely content with his playboy lifestyle, and Beth is surprised when they form an unlikely friendship.
Brian Benson, a finance banker, is gorgeous and respectful. A man plucked from Beth’s dreams, he is definite husband material. Unfortunately, Beth has a hard rule against dating coworkers, but Brian is determined to change her mind.
When a deadbeat mother and money problems follow her to Chicago, Beth is offered a solution that could fix everything. Marrying for money seems simple enough, but when lines become blurred, Beth faces difficult choices, making her realize that the easy way out just made her life even harder than before.
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My dying friend wants to marry me so I can have his Social Security — should I do it?
What I need is to be paid to have a missus and while I have considered being a high-class gigolo — being taken out for meals by women in their middle-ages whose husbands are having it off with their secretaries — this seems a lot easier. I want a diligent man. I just want someone with a hard-working attitude. I was surprised but I can see the funny side to it, too. It is true that I am still single.
Eighty-five-year-old retired civil servant, Mrs. Tell us about yourself. What were the professions of your parents? I grew up with my mother. I had no relationship with my father. I lived with her for some years before she left for Lagos in the early 40s for greener pastures.
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Please do not hammer me for presenting this idea. I understand many people feel strongly about the meaning of marriage. I dated a guy for a couple of months, but we agreed to just be friends. He wanted to continue to date, but respected my choice. Over a couple of years, we have gotten together monthly for dinner and have enjoyed a great friendship. He is a major introvert, has a long career at the National Security Agency, has few friends and has never been married no kids. This past November he was diagnosed with Stage IV lung disease, which has metastasized throughout his body.
Growing up, my parents never talked about finances with me. But they made two things clear: 1. Money was important, and 2. It was handled by men. Though I earned spending money through chores and part-time jobs as a teen, I never discussed earnings or expenses with my parents. Not surprisingly, I lacked confidence about money by the time I went to college. During my sophomore year, I met a young man who came from a wealthy family.
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