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A HUSBAND FOR CHRISTMAS
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A HUSBAND FOR CHRISTMAS
I swore I’d be single all my life, but now my boss has ordered me to marry him!
Secretary Barbara is shocked when she sees a date marked on her boss’s calendar. Her boss Sam is getting married? His frequent, short-lived relationships with beautiful women have made him famous throughout Texas as a playboy. He can’t have a serious girlfriend, can he? After asking the confused Barbara to handle the wedding plans, Sam hands her—of all things—an engagement ring. It seems he wants her for his fiancée! But Barbara has no intention of ever getting married.
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- she's a man-eater.......NOT! 4
- JAB 12/27/2019 2 people found the following review helpful
The heroine isn’t your usually basic makeup and simple suits; she has caked foundation and leopard print everything. She portrays the maneater attitude that staves off the many men she sees as a threat. It goes on until the hero/her boss drops the bomb on her he’s marrying her. Why? It’s because they’re perfect for each other (meaning she’s convenient) and plus, he knows her man-eater attitude is fake. The heroine starts giving all the reasons and lies. For example, she states she lives with two guys already; she just doesn’t mention that they’re cats. It sets the hero off for a bit but he quickly discovers the truth. He also discovers more about the heroine that he finds more attractive than convenient. This new approach has the heroine slowly reveal about how her mother’s multiple marriages and boarding school bully about her mother’s multiple marriage gave her a negative view on love. However, as more and more people talk about their relationship, the more anxious the heroine feels about it. She tries to divert the hero away with a bridal candidate list but it only irritates the man. The worse comes when the heroine is cornered by one paparazzi hyena who’s been tailing the heroine. It’s all thanks to the heroine’s fellow colleague/friend who didn’t know how to keep her mouth shut. The whole thing freaks the hero out that she states in front of camera and hero that she doesn’t love him. When the hero and heroine are alone, she reveals how she doesn’t have the confidence since her boarding school days scarred her. The hero gives her some time off; during this time she discovers not to let rumors and people keep her from loving the hero. I liked how the heroine expressed her love to the hero in interior decorating and their confession of love. We get a happy ending with their wedding.
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