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Unfinished Business

3.51 of 5 stars 3.51  ·  rating details  ·  49 ratings  ·  8 reviews
When it comes to Rachel Lansing, C.O.O. Maxwell Case makes an exception to his take-no-prisoners approach. He'll hold this beauty hostage as his assistant and settle old scores from their brief affair five years ago. The pleasure will be all his.

Rachel smells blackmail. But with her ex-husband extorting big money from her, she needs Max as a client to keep her employment a
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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I wanted to enjoy this book, I really did and normally I don't mind loving one's family but the heroine took it to extremes, I mean she was eighteen and her sister sixteen when their father died, she did the best she could and then their aunt ran off with their money and then what did she do, get herself married to a man financially well off so that her sister could go to college and even when she was miserable with him and found out that he was using her to hide his gambling she stayed. When th ...more
Good book. This story dealt with Max, who held on to feelings of betrayal without delving into those betrayals and the reasons behind them. It also dealt with Rachel, who took her independence and protectiveness to a level that kept her from asking for or accepting help from anyone. When Rachel went to Max's company to set up a temporary employee to replace Max's assistant, he decided only she would do. This would give him a chance to get her out of his system from their brief affair five years ...more
Rachel Lansing and Maxwell Case knew each other in the past and now they are back in each other present. When Max finds out Rachel is being blackmailed by her ex-husband, he steps in to help because he's finally figured it out, he's loved Rachel all along.

I found the book fast pace but boring, it seemed to be centered in the future and very rarely showed anything from the past, so you never really got to feel what the characters felt for each other, emotional and otherwise. Also it's cheap that
El último, fue bueno, a está autora no le conocía, es fácil de leer y de atrapar, solo queda un pequeño pero ¿perdono o no a Nathan?
Odie a Brody... gggrrrrrrr.
Amo los Harlequin
Alexa Bourne
I think this is my favorite Cat Schield book so far. It wasn't flashy and wild and crazy, but there's just something about Max and Rachel's journey to happiness that touched me. It was a very satisfying story and I literally sighed with a smile on my face when I finished.
My real rating is 2,5 stars.The heroine is annoying, stupid and bent on ruining the reader's mood by acting like Mother Teresa.I feel like the author owes me a big favour for buying and reading her book to the end.
Overall rating -- 3.5 stars
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Cat Schield lives in Minnesota with her daughter, Emily, their Burmese cats and a Doberman puppy. Winner of the Romance Writers of America 2010 Golden Heart® for series contemporary romance, when she’s not writing sexy, romantic stories for Harlequin Desire, she can be found sailing with friends on the St. Croix River or more exotic locales like the Caribbean and Europe. Contact her at www.catschi ...more
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