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The Tycoon's Undercover Daughter-bookcover

By: Robyne HypGothic

The Tycoon's Undercover Daughter

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Alicia Liddard has only known privilege due to her father’s publishing company, Liddard Publishing. After completing her studies, she is set to jointly manage a new publishing company which will have a youth focus and would come from a merger between her father’s lucrative publishing house with a smaller European family one called Verdi.

At first, it seems like a great idea to go undercover in her father’s business and to choose her team for the American office, but this quickly turns sour. Alicia soon learns that her family company is not such a nice place to work as she had first thought. Then, unexpectedly, Verdi sends their future manager for the merger to look over Liddard’s operations in America.

It wouldn’t bother Alicia so much if she didn’t find him so attractive and familiar. Find out what happens next in The Tycoon’s Undercover Daughter.

Robyne HypGothic has been writing for most of her life and has written many books and poems that cross various genres. This love drove her to study literature amongst other things.

As a natural story-teller and therapist, Robyne became a professional clinical hypnotherapist in 2014. She mainly works with clients who battle addictions or mental health issues. Robyne chose the name HypGothic as it both reflects her hypnotism and gothic interests. She has a great interest in Celtic lore due to her family origins, and because of this, she is currently a bard.

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