Mrs. Millionaire Book Series Volume 1
Mrs. Millionaire Short Story Book Series Volume 1 is a collection of five fictional short stories. Each story focuses on a down-on-their-luck family or person who crosses paths with Mrs. Millionaire.
Matilde “Tilly” Jane Parker, known as Mrs. Millionaire, starts out as a jet setter and famous for her rebellious streak and reputation as a party girl. When Tilly faces a personal tragedy that event changes her perspective on life and her experience has shaped her in many ways. Rather than spend her life as a victim, she uses her influence and money to help anyone who couldn’t defend themselves. Tilly finds herself in many situations and, at times, working as an amateur detective, assisting troubled people in overcoming their problems in which she becomes embroiled.
Mrs. Millionaire and the Homeless Woman Book 1
Matilde, or Tilly to her family and friends, is known for her reputation as a party girl. Born to an affluent family, she loves to get herself into unnecessary trouble, and her wild behavior continues to escalate as she gets older. Tilly meets Dusty, the man of her dreams, and she finally understands what it means to give in and when to walk away. She learns to appreciate her family as she never has before. But sometimes events, even the most extenuating and tragic ones, play tricks on us that will change our lives forever and teach us lessons we never forget. Someone attacks Tilly in the underground parking garage, but luckily, a homeless woman comes by and rescues her. That event changes her perspective on life and helps her become a better person.
Mrs. Millionaire and the Bad Father Book 2
Matt Calderon is a faithful husband and loving father of two children. His wife, Maria, has a medical condition that limits her ability to do manual work, so Matt has to work two jobs to support his family. Despite the challenges they experience, the family remains hopeful and optimistic. But sometimes, life is full of surprises. Matt’s boss accuses him of stealing money. To make matters worse, Matt is at the gas station when a robbery occurs. It traps him inside with police surrounding them while his family awaits his return. Could there still be hope for them?
Mrs. Millionaire and the Waitress Book 3
Lucy was only two years old when her mother passed away. Her father remarried a widow with a son and daughter. Lucy’s father never revealed the truth about her life, and so Lucy thought her stepmother was her real mother. Her father’s death a few months before graduating from high school left Lucy with the only family she had known, and they immediately showed their true colors. Lucy’s stepmother secretly transferred Lucy’s inheritance to herself. Lucy quit school and worked as a waitress to support the family. Her stepbrother stole money, including valuable items from Lucy’s work. The owner accused Lucy, and the police took her into custody. Will Lucy ever find out the truth about her life?
Mrs. Millionaire and the Runaway Kids Book 4
With the desire and determination to give his four children a better life and to restore the relationship with them, after his wife’s death, James Curtis accepted a position as a supervisor at a textile company and moved to Connecticut. Things were great at his new job, but one coworker was spiteful and envious of him. He discredited James, causing him to lose his job. Unable to find work, James became depressed and looked to a bottle for relief. Because of an accident, he was left in a coma. Child Services took the children to a shelter until they could put them in foster homes. They planned to split them up and place in two different houses. That chain of events made the children run away. Will James come out of the coma? Will the family reunite and be made whole again?
Mrs. Millionaire and the Delivery Girl Book 5
Nancy never expected to work as a delivery girl. She had ambitions and big dreams. Nancy focused on her studies, and she participated in numerous school functions and even set aside dating until she had a job. That was until she met Julius and found herself attracted to his bad boy, biker image, and rebellious look. In a blink of an eye, Nancy’s dream of a successful career shattered. They get married at a City Hall with only a few friends present. Nancy’s parents disowned her. Things went wrong when Nancy moved in with Julius’ parents in Wisconsin. His mother was a vindictive and dominating person. She monitored every single second of their stay in their house, infuriating Nancy further. Her interference created tension in their relationship. Julius continued to have a wandering eye and an insatiable appetite for pretty women. Nancy caught her husband cheating, and she threatened to leave him. Julius begged her to stay. Should Nancy forgive him? Would they survive the infidelity?