As a chief stewardess on luxury superyachts, I massage egos, pamper the spoiled and cater to the most outlandish desires of the rich and famous.
I’ve never had a guest want something I can’t give them. Until British businessman Hayden Wolf comes aboard—all sexy swagger and mysterious requests.
He wants me.
And Hayden Wolf’s a man who’s used to getting exactly what he demands.
Despite being serious and focused. Demanding and ruthless. He’s also charming when I least expect it as well as being devastatingly handsome with an almost irresistible smile.
But guests are strictly off limits and I’ve never broken a rule. Not even bent one. My family are depending on me and I can’t lose my job.
Only problem is Hayden Wolf is looking at me like I just changed his life. And he's touching me like he’s about to change mine.
A standalone romance.
4.5 Star Review by Lorena
Louise Bay has done it again!!
When I saw the cover and read the synopsis, I knew I had to read The Ruthless Gentleman and I sure as heck wasn't disappointed when I read it!
Hayden (yummy) and Avery definitely had to fight their attraction. It was forbidden due the nature of Avery's job. She wasn't to flirt or bed or date any of the clients abroad while working on the ships.
When she is requested to work an 8 week long cruise, she accepts even though she's due for a nice few days off, which she was looking forward to spending time with her dad and brother. But money talks and she needs the money so she accepts the job. Once onboard, she comes to learn that the client forbids any devices, he's paranoid and doesn't want any leaks that he's abroad a ship trying to "work". Avery is forced to call her father whenever they stop somewhere and she leaves the ship.
Hayden doesn't trust anyone, but for some reason he's taken with Avery and he feels like he can trust her. As they become fast friends, as professional as Avery is, she can also let her guard down a little and have some fun.
The mysteriousness is what keeps me intrigued and completely sucked me in.
I feel like I love Louise Bay's books more and more as I keep reading more from her.