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Lesson in Seduction (Marlow Family #4)

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Was he a shy guy...or playboy?

They met at the airport. He wore a suit and carried a briefcase. He seemed quiet, a little shy. Definitely not the type to flirt with a fellow passenger-even if she was famous actress Rosalind Marlow!

His name, Roz discovered, was Luke James. She was determined to discover more about him...such as why he appeared to be following her. And was he
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ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published December 1996)
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Kay
4 Stars! ~ Stage actress, Rosalind Marlow has an avid fan that she fears has become a dangerous stalker. When a prominent politician’s distraught wife calls her, telling her that she knows the identity of her stalker, Roz agrees to a very private meeting. Which leads to more disaster, as the woman has a heart attack while pleading with Roz not to reveal to the public the woman’s connection to Roz’s crazed fan. This leads to some very speculative headlines in the tabloids, and Roz finds herself b ...more
Cecilia Rodriguez
This plot reminded me of Viki Lewis Thompson's Nerd series, with Rosalind mistaking Luke James for a computer Geek.
The story is funny and entertaining.
María
After reading Olivia's story, I remember that I had read Ross too. So I re read it. The first time I read it, I don't particularly liked, I mean it was ok.
Now that I know the background of the story was much better, Olivia and Jordan are secondaries character but I have the chance to know that they had married and were expecting a baby!
The story of Ross and Luke was strange but nice. A web of misunderstandings and presumptions that keep them close and appart.
In the end, Luke realiced that he cou
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Perhaps being born on Valentine’s Day was an omen that Susan Napier would become a romance writer. This New Zealand author has written over 30 Mills & Boon category romances since 1984. Napier and her husband Tony Potter met when they both worked at the Auckland Star newspaper. After they married, she left the newspaper to work for a film company where she learned the art of dialogue. After th ...more
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