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The Latin Affair (Enchanted)

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"Do what the man wants, Nick."

Nicky Piper hates being blonde and gorgeous. For eight years she has been running away from the memory of a Caribbean night when being blonde and gorgeous did her no good at all. She is certainly not going to trade on her looks to sort out Esteban Tremain, no matter what her boss says. But Esteban is used to getting his own way. And Springdown
ebook, 256 pages
Published October 2011 by Harlequin (first published 1999)
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Ack! I typed up a medium-length review and Goodreads ate it! In a nutshell, this book felt really disjointed and artificial. Events and character choices seem strung together haphazardly. Things such as the big back-story of the heroine and hero meeting when she was fifteen seem aimed not only at providing angst but for setting up a sexual hangup that will keep her a virgin until 26 and also for the Big Misunderstanding (which is really the "Big She Won't Share Salient Facts So Of Course the Her ...more
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Jenny Haddon was born in London, England, where she always returns after the travels that she loves. When she was small, her mother couldn't bear reading aloud, so her mother taught her to read at an appallingly precocious age. She wrote her first book with her own illustrations at the age of four but was in her 20s before she produced her first romance as Sophie Weston.

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