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His Trophy Mistress

3.24  ·  Rating Details ·  59 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
They were no longer married. But unforgettable Jager Jeffries had returned to claim Paige all the same--this time as his mistress

Jager had been a boy from the wrong side of the tracks when he'd made teenage heiress Paige his bride. Now, the self-made millionaire was unquestionably his own man. But did he want Paige only as a trophy to show how far he'd come? Or was it poss
ebook, Harlequin Presents #2249, 192 pages
Published January 2011 by Harlequin Books (first published November 2001)
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The h was a 17 year old rich girl and the H a 18 or so year old bad boy when they married. They lied about their ages and married in secret. When her parents were informed they were appalled and less than helpful. The marriage didn't last long, they were both too young and immature and their situation too difficult for their youth to handle. The break-up was painful, bitter and devastating. Maybe more devastating for the H than the h as the H had been abandoned by everyone in his life at one tim ...more
If you enjoy besotted, pining-away hero, who truly is blind and stupid where it comes to the plain h, then you'll love this.

I'm a sucker for themes like this, so of course I LOVED it! :)

Feb 28, 2012 Tia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When Paige was sixteen, she met Jagger while working in a thrift shop. He was poor and she helped him buy clothes by paying the extra money into the register by her money. It was a very sweet time for them but also in some ways tragic. When Paige was seventeen, she and Jagger were married. They had fallen on tough times and Paige being immature and scared ran back to her parents, divorcing Jagger and leaving him behind.

Quite a few years later at her sisters wedding Jagger showed up again to see
May 27, 2016 Durga rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I am yet to find a Mills & Boon that I really like. This was sexy but not very romantic. I felt the ending was rushed and the middle parts lagged. It was ok. Didn't give me much of the feels but it did give me some. 2.5 stars
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