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Corazon Derretido: (Working It #2)

3.73  ·  Rating Details ·  67 Ratings  ·  19 Reviews
Dante Romano podía ser irresistiblemente atractivo, pero Carenza Tonielli no estaba dispuesta a venderle la empresa de helados de su familia. Por desgracia, era el único que podía ayudarla a salvar el negocio. Y cuando la mi raba como si fuera el helado más apetitoso de la carta, no podía resistirsea mezclar el trabajo con el placer. Pero incluso en medio del sexo más ardi ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 22nd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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Rating 4.5

This was a very good, fun and modern HP with two completely opposite people falling for each other.

Dante thinks he knows Carenza and her type, rich, spoiled and one who doesn't want to work hard but he's proved right on some counts and wrong on others. Yes, Carenza has been pampered, after all she lost her parents at the age of 6 but she is someone who also believes in working and now that she is back after ten years she is determined to take over the family business instead of selling
Nov 24, 2011 Kate rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overall rating -- 4.5 stars

A nice, fun read. I work in an office, so I generally like workplace romances because I can relate to a professional heroine (as opposed to the socialite type), but I get tired of usual HP boss-secretary story lines. This book was refreshing because the heroine asks the hero to be her mentor so she can improve her family's business -- so while their relationship is initially focused on business, they don't actually work together, and he's not her boss.

The opposites-att
Wonderful emotional read,loved Dante-Carenza,the scenes between them were fun to read,Carenza brought happiness and love in Dante's life,the only hurdle between their happiness and love is Dante's past and his belief's,Dante loves Carenza but his fear that he will hurt Carenza stops him,Carenza helps Dante to understand he is not his father,Dante takes the leap and we have HEA enjoyed the book from page 1 till the last

Overall a good read
Recommend it
Nas Dean
Oct 01, 2011 Nas Dean rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A MOMENT ON THE LIPS is by author Kate Hardy for M&B Modern and also as an Harlequin Presents.

The book blurb reads:
Dark and delectable Dante Romano may be, but Carenza Tonielli will never sell him her family’s ice cream empire. Only she needs him-to help her learn how to run it! And when Dante looks at her as if she’s the next decadent sundae on the menu, even wary Carenza just can’t resist mixing business with a bowlful of pleasure…

Cue one red-hot fling that’s blowing her mind! But unlike C
Tonya Warner
Ok, I kinda liked the story, and kinda not.

Carenza is trying to save her multi-generational ice cream company from going under or being sold. Dante wants to buy the company. Carenza wants Dante to mentor her on how to save the company instead of buying it. So far, so good, but then there comes the seemingly gratuitous sex. Hey, I am all for sex, but this just rubbed wrong.

Carenza had evidently been gone for a decade and had slept with anything that moved, while Dante was a work-aholic that was
Nov 02, 2011 Alicet rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nice read from a an author whose books I've enjoyed. The romance is between a restaurant heiress and restaurant magnate in Italy. Caranza worked out a deal for Dante to mentor her in the business. But the attraction between them was too potent to ignore so they end up in bed pretty much everytime they meet. While I enjoyed this book, it reminded me too much of a previous book by the author that had similar characters (In bed with her italian boss). I also found it strange that these two would tr ...more
Michelle Styles
Sep 12, 2011 Michelle Styles rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Really fun read. I loved the setting and the interplay between Caz and Dante. Light and fun, rather than angst ridden.
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Virgínia Mareco
I liked to read, but this novel is not from those that stay in memory. I read the book in Portuguese, entitled: «Coração derretido».

Eu gostei de ler, mas esta novela não é daquelas que ficam na memória. Li o livro em português, com o título: « Coração derretido».
Oct 21, 2013 Tali rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I do really like Kate Hardy's books, but I can't help feeling that A Moment on the Lips was never going to live up to just how much I loved The Hidden Heart of Rico Rossi. Food does seem to be a common theme though and once again I was left feeling hungry at the end of this book. This is a nice story and I loved the chemistry between Carenza and Dante, and how developed Dante's back story was so you could understand his character more. I would say though, that the side plot involving a dodgy co- ...more
I just didn't feel this the way I wanted to. Which was sad because it made me hungry.
May 17, 2012 Leona rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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I just could not get into this fact I am archiving it without finishing it.
Dante was way to hung up on his past, and the author didn't make his character compelling enough to stick around to see how he recovers. The heroine was way too flighty for my tastes.
i liked it. i loved the fact that the h was willing to settle down and make something of herself. the H character was not well developed though. i would definitely be reading more of her books.
Nov 11, 2011 Joanne rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved this one - the pages literally steamed up with the chemistry going on between the H&H. I really enjoyed this book. Great setting in Italy :)
Prettyme J
I've just finished reading this book today and i think it's amazing; i really relate to Dante's character...... :)
Oct 13, 2012 Marg rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Only read this because it is was bundled with a Kelly Hunter book but it was a pleasant diversion!
Bridie Coleman
Dec 28, 2011 Bridie Coleman rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fabulous stuff - great story and steamy to boot. More please.
One of the best romance stories I've ever read :)
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Kate Hardy is an award-winning author of more than 50 books for Harlequin Mills & Boon. Her novel 'Breakfast at Giovanni's' won the RNA Romance Prize in 2008 and she's been shortlisted three more times for the award, as well as for two Romantic Times awards.

She lives in Norwich in the east of England with her husband, two children, a springer spaniel called Byron, and too many books to count.
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