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It’s only seven weeks until secretary Tessa’s dream wedding. But her dream is about to be shattered. She arrives home to find her fiancé in bed with another woman… She decides the only thing to do is to dive into her work when she is called on by management. The managing director’s personal assistant has been hospitalized so they need her to accompany him to a crucial business conference. But what does handsome business mogul Blaize Carragan, the man of every woman’s dreams, want with her?

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Too fast 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

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a bit bland. 3  3

I'm glad there were people who enjoyed this story but I lost interest in this whole story. It starts out with the heroine discovering her fiancee in bed with another woman only a week before the wedding. Yet, we learned this was actually the last straw since she admitted to herself and the reader that she turned a blind eye to his "repeated infidelities" and such. Their relationship was literally the phrase of the guy getting the milk, cookies, butter, and cream but not making him buy the cow. Now, the heroine wants to throw herself into work before heading home to tell her shrill mother the wedding is off but she never says why. I mean I don't know how she'll react but at least the heroine will be honest with her and I know the father will be 100% on the heroine's side. She gets a big career opportunity to work under the boss and it only takes one night for them to fall into bed (she went under a wardrobe change to look less attractive). I understand the heroine has had a lot to process in the last few days but if she's going to have rebound coitus then try not to do it with her boss. They have a two nights affair going on but when the hero proposes to keep it going, she rejects it. Later, the hero has her visit his office and he reveals that he tried but can't keep the deal. It's actually where a lot of things come up like the cancelled wedding and why. The hero ends up being the heroine's backup when facing the family on the cancelled nuptials on a lie that he's her new beau. He takes her out and even with all the heat, she hesitates on a lot of things. For example, the hero's offer of her moving in with him. On that same night, the hero declares he wants to marry the heroine and I was aghast since it was way too soon. However, the man is able to swoon the heroine with the idea it would of convenience without being worried about love. She goes for it with a yes. There is trouble what with the heroine still wanting to work and the hero doesn't want her. Then she finds out from her boss the the hero has been into her long before she was engaged. There are a lot of bumps but the air finally clears on their wedding night. The hero learns the heroine is in love with him and more. The heroine learns the hero has always wanted her. That's the ending but it just didn't seem very fulfilling.

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