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Naughty Or Nice?

3.66 of 5 stars 3.66  ·  rating details  ·  264 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Eric Quinn Stanton has never let pleasure interfere with business--until now. His practice is to arrive early and incognito at a job, to see firsthand what's working, and what's not. But he can't seem to see past Cindy's beautiful green eyes or her other generous assets. And he can't stop himself from testing the general manager's skills--on the job, and in the bedroom. Bu ...more
Published October 31st 1998 by Harlequin (first published 1998)
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HILARIOUS !!! A great romantic comedy !!
A succession of hilarious situations set in a weird hotel, a handful of "unique" hotel employees, an accident- prone hotel GM,Cindy, the heroine, a qui pro quo about Eric, the hero's identity - he is undercover to check the hotel management to terminate it. He thinks she uncovered his real identity, but Cindy thinks he is a simple guest & an adult toys salesman!!!
The secondary characters are well portrayed. The relation between Cindy & the hotel'
Loved this book. Had a fantastic story line, great characters you couldn't help but fall in love with and it was hilarious! I found myself constantly laughing out loud at all the craziness that continued to happen to the main character! My husband kept looking at me like I was crazy. Wonderful love story. All around very good book.
It's not often that a novel makes me laugh out loud, but this one did! I thoroughly enjoyed the main character, her goofiness was totally believable! thankyou
This review was originally posted on my blog, Ramblings of a Daydreamer. You can find it, and many more reviews at the blog.

Cindy is the general manager of the Chandelier House, a hotel in San Francisco. The hotel is known for being a bit strange and quirky - they host a lot of trade shows, specialty groups, and conventions (think Trekkies), and right before Christmas, the hotel comes under review by the company that bought it. Cindy has to scramble around trying to get ready for the reviewer, w
Cute, fun and humorous. No laugh out loud moments but still enjoyable.
romantic comedy that didn't disappoint. humor. was wonderful. Enjoyable. and was a wonderful way to spend a day.
This book isn't truly a four star book, it isn't helping bring about world peace or anything, but what it does is make the reader laugh hysterically. As in, people looking at you to see if you are in need of medical aid, laughing. Very festive and fun!
This is a very funny read. I gave it 5 stars. I laughed through out the enitre book. If you're up for several belly laughs, then give it a read. You won't be sorry.
In what can only be thought of as a plot set in the unlikely of circumstances with the most unusal blunders. Fun, easy read..great for a beach day.
T. Martin
i found this book very entertaining it made me laugh out loud at points.
Cute story, fun characters I enjoyed this one. Quick read.
At times I laughed out loud. Quirky likable characters.
Again, light read, fun and I liked it!
Jill Codina
Cant stop laughing! Love this book
funny hair problems.
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