Love or loot? The god of money and Chris, Erin’s husband, once contested for her hand. Should they go another round, which champion would she choose?

Erin left Chris, took their children, and moved to the Big Apple, seeking her fortune. Eight hard years later, she is poised to take her place among the elite of Wall Street. Her new assignment, though, will require her attention twenty-four/ seven for the next several months, and someone needs to care for her children.

She considers every possible plan. She has not talked with Chris, written, texted, or tweeted him a single time since leaving, but her only live option is to ask, beg, or shame Chris into helping her out. If he will not keep their children for the summer, she will lose her assignment, and her dream of wealth will vanish.

Opposites had attracted when she and Chris had fallen in love. Erin remembers a Chris who was laid-back, satisfied, and, worst of all, unambitious. He seems not to have changed. And Erin still has feelings for him. If Chris cares for the children, Erin might be drawn back into his world, losing her drive to succeed and everything for which she has worked. How can she avoid becoming entangled with him, again, choosing him over money, choosing “love over loot”?

If you have ever “wanted it all,” buy this book! You will enjoy discovering how Erin makes the choice between “love or loot.”