About this book
Being an entrepreneur was all she really wanted, but even Onnilissa’s mother felt a woman needed a job and to let the dreams of owning a business. To her surprise, the father she had never met left her with the majority stock to his company, which she realized she could cash in to acquire the money to start her business. In order to acquire permission to sell, she must fly to Detroit and come to the funeral.
“Please do something I want to do,” her married best friend who lived vicariously through her before she boarded the flight to Motown.
Onnilissa noticed the dark handsome stranger from the time she got on the plane until the time she was trying to find a ride to get to her hotel.
“There are no rides,” he said standing next to his private car. “Not for several hours. I live…