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Caitlin and her boss, David, are not only secretary and employer, but lovers, as well. When she met him four months ago, Caitlin quickly fell under the spell of his charm. But David only wanted a sweet, temporary affair with no complications. How can there be a future for them when they want such different things?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 128 Pages

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Good 3  3

Emma Darcy is the pseudonym used by the Australian husband–wife writing team of Wendy Brennan  and Frank Brennan (1936–1995), they wrote in collaboration over 45 romance novels. In 1993, for the Emma Darcy pseudonym's 10th anniversary, they created the "Emma Darcy Award Contest" to encourage authors to finish their manuscripts. After the death of Frank Brennan in 1995, Wendy now writes the books on her own. Wendy lives in New South Wales, Australia.Darcy sold 60 million books from 1983 to 2001, and averaged six new books per year wendy was born 28 November 1940 in Australia, she has an Honours degree in Latin and worked as a high school English teacher. She was reputedly the first woman computer programmer in the southern hemisphere In 2002, Darcy's first crime novel Who Killed Angelique? won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Novel. In 2003, the next novel, Who Killed Bianca, was a finalist for the Ned Kelly Award for Best Novel Frank Brennan and Wendy married, and she left her job. The marriage had three sons. They are voracious readers, and they decided to write their own novels under the pseudonym Emma Darcy

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partners are a tricky thing 3  3

In this comic, we have two different perspective on fighting between partners who have been dating for under a year and partners who have been married thirty years. The hero and heroine are in a relationship but the heroine wants to go deeper into their relationship, the hero holds back. It takes a bad morning from calls from fighting parents, missing an important client call because parents wouldn't leave the work phone off, to finding out the hero didn't send the flowers on valentine's day to call it quits on both job and relationship with the hero. She drives off, leaving the hero with her resignation letter who finally sees what he's losing and goes after her. Now, he is what I liked is the hero working his way back to gain the heroine's trust. He helps her in bringing back her parents back together from their fight, lifting a heavy load off the heroine's shoulders. Yet, when they're going one step further into their relationship, a rival comes up and reveals himself as the flower guy and tells lies to the hero of his "relationship" with the heroine. Sadly, the hero goes off in anger and leaves the heroine to deal with the scheming weasel. The heroine has him thrown out but is smart enough to figure out how he knew everything even about her resignation that she had written up that morning with only a handful people could have known. She goes with her evidence to the hero and he realizes his error and apologizes. Then the two of them quit and the hero reveals his cool behavior to both his past and now current relationship with the heroine. Apparently, the last woman he wanted to marry couldn't even look at his mother who had burn scars all one on side of her face and the experience made him sworn off serious relationships. The hero takes the heroine to meet his mother and it goes wonderfully. The two of them are able to connect and it brings a smile to the hero's face. We have the ending of the heroine and hero getting married and I enjoyed reading this comic.

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