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Jamie is the secretary to the president of a large industrial conglomerate. Ryan, the president, has earned her trust but his playboy ways remain a problem for her. One day the always punctual Jamie arrives late to work, and the always carefree Ryan cannot let it go for some reason. The cause of Jamie's tardiness is her younger sister Jessica's sudden arrival amid personal troubles. When Jamie attempts to resolve Jessica's problems, Ryan shows up suddenly. Will things just keep getting worse?

Reading terms 3-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 128 Pages

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This one has similarities to one of my all time favorite manga. I enjoyed it.. 4  4

This sort of reminded me of a more abbreviated version of Midnight Secretary... without the vampires, smut and in this one the lead female had a shallow sister which Midnight Secretary didn't have.... I'm over exaggerating but still I can see the similarities. That being said, I enjoyed reading it. It was a good harlequin and I'd happily read it again.

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very endearing heroine.. she deserves happiness 5  5

self sacrificing and beautiful i like that she was not naive and easily lured to bed like most weak heroines.

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A good woo. 4  4

The plot line was fun. We have the typical womanizer hero and hardworking heroine. There is the typical of going back and forth between the two and it's really good. The hero goes on the border of wanting to be with the heroine but tries his best not to push her. He keeps going after, invites to meet his family, and such. The heroine has a lot of baggage on her, I'm was so glad that she was able to let it out. She has a idiot sister who acts like a playgirl because apparently her vet husband wants to have kids. Her reasons of why no kids is because she's scared it might make her husband not like her anymore. This I don't understand, is why didn't she talk her fears with her husband or her sister. Instead, of talking, she goes off, puts all her problems on her sister who has her own life and acts like a philander. It was fun to finally read the heroine tell her sister that she needs to talk and that she has her own life. The heroine and hero are able to meet, both have missed each other, and in the end: cute babies.

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