As far as Nina Beaumont is concerned, money ruins everything. Leave it to her wealthy family to screw up her professional life and her personal life. When she crashes and her car sinks, sending her identification and all her belongings spiraling into the watery abyss, Nina sees her chance to escape.
And stumbles into a job with the hottest man she’s ever met…as his maid.
Between running an inn, caring for his grandmother, and trying to keep the dirty-dealing Beaumont Corporation from stealing his land, Joe Farina’s plate is full. He doesn’t have time for romantic entanglements-especially not with the suspiciously bad maid he just hired, no matter how much he needs her…both in and out of his bed.
Screwing with her life is one thing, but Nina’s not about to let her family screw with Joe. That is, if she doesn’t lose him when he finds out who she really is.
Nina is a woman who is tired of being treated different just because her father has money. In a pivotal moment, Nina sinks her car and the only thing that is left is her cell phone. Taking a job as a maid for an inn. Yet as a woman who has no skills, she's obviously not doing such a great job as a maid. Joe, the manager of the inn hired the hot little number, Nina, and although he finds her attractive, he is not one for romantic entanglements. He has stress mounting and now it seems his maid who is completely inexperienced in such a position. The twist of it is the magnate who is trying to buy Joe's land happens to be Nina's father - although Joe doesn't know this, of course. His Millionaire Maid engages readers with a charming story about discovering one's self. Filled with romance, hot and steamy scenes, and personal growth, His Millionaire Maid is a sweet book filled with emotion. I genuinely liked Nina's character and felt sorry for her. I know that sounds strange since she comes from money and is used to have whatever she wants at her fingertips, but I did feel bad for her and loved watching her journey to self-discovery and the growth she undergoes within the book. I also really liked Joe's character a lot. The interactions, chemistry, and feelings between Nina and Joe are realistic and not forced in any way and the plot is amazing. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to other readers who enjoy contemporary romance.