Celia worked in the corporate world in a number of roles including CPA, internal, external auditors, and most recently as a mortgage originator and insurance agent. She graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia. At the time, she chose accounting as a major because she thought the degree would assure her a job in any market. However, accounting work would be the last resort for her. She loves interacting with people, often considered a social butterfly, and enjoys helping clients fulfill their financial goals. As an outgrowth of a childhood dream, she decided to test the literary pool and create independent career-oriented characters who sometimes find love after all.
Felicity Burgess is no stranger to tough breaks in business and in love. And she deals with them very well on her own. She has no choice. Then her sister, a trouble-bound teen, lands in a hospital. While in the emergency waiting room, Felicity’s idol, Hollywood’s notoriously confirmed bachelor, film star, and entrepreneur walks in: Maxwell Marx. Felicity pitches her new reality show to him. Little does she know, her lifelong heartthrob would become her supervisor. Working closely with Max, she sees a side to him no one knows. She wants to break down the barriers and reveal the man Max truly is.
Max is happy with his carefree existence, much as the tabloids portray. He plays up to the role of the unattainable ladies’ man better than any script he agrees to take. The façade works just fine until he meets Felicity, who wows him with her new reality TV show proposal. So much so, he convinces his network executive buddy to take on the project. But Felicity also taps into something deeper within him. A place he’s purposely protected. He enjoys Felicity’s company, and hopes to keep her at bay, yet she threatens to unravel his protective cocoon.
Should he stay in his safe world of single living or risk losing the one girl who could complete his life?