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It's News to Her
Anchorwoman Hunter Harding was used to reporting the story, not being part of it. But when she learned her new boss was CEO and renowned playboy Cord Rivers, she saw no reason to tell everyone they'd had a history, and not a pretty one. After all, maybe this time history wouldn't repeat itself.
Cord Rivers could have had any woman he wanted, and he wanted Hunter. But he kne...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 21st 2011 by Harlequin
(first published January 1st 2011)
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Sep 04, 2011 Booklover rated it liked it
This was an okay read,Cord Rivers had feelings for Hunter from a long time now he has the opportunity ,he confides to his grandfather about it and embarks to win Hunter and her love,there was no issues between Hunter-Cord only a slight misunderstanding which Cord manages to clear it,though Cord had shut out Hunter but he apologizes for it and they both confess their love for each other and have their HEA
I finally stopped reading this book on page 144. It didn't do anything for me. There was too much dialogue about nothing in particular and only a few chaste kisses by this point. I liked the fact that Hunter, the lead female, was performing the job of lead anchor on a news network, but that's the only thing that was going for the story. Her new boss, grandson, of her former boss began hitting on her from day 1 and she declared to have no interest in him. There was practically no inner dialogue ...more
News anchorwoman Hunter Harding was not looking for a serious relationship, especially after ending a bad relationship. She is so focused on her career. But then the retiring head of the network brings in his smart, good-looking grandson. At first Hunter does not like him. But after facing demands of the tv news business, and some tragic events, Hunter and Chord got closer on a professional and personal level. I loved the way Hunter handled each situation, with class and dignity. I loved reading ...more