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Too Many Bosses (Hayes Siblings #1)

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According to Laura Hayes, Alec McDonald is "a pompous bigot who considers hankies standard issue for his female employees." But while these are negatives in a boss, Laura doesn't intend to remain his employee for long.

Within twenty-four hours of their first meeting, Laura and Alec are partners. Equal partners. Yet two bosses is one too many for any business--especially whe
ebook, Harlequin SuperRomance #645
Published July 2012 by Harlequin Books (first published May 1995)
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I enjoyed this book, the way it was written was good & I do enjoy a strong female character who can stand up for herself, verbally banter & wield a baseball bat pretty well.

The heroine shocks the hell out of the hero when she calls him out for not noticing her talent, before he knows it they are partners for a year in their firm and she is shaking his world as well as making his son adore her.

The hero really wants her but has no intention of acting on the impulse, he has built his life o
I read this mostly because the cover was just so awesomely dated. (Helloooooooooo Naughty Nineties! Rowr!) Luckily for me, it was actually a pretty good book.

I don't feel like writing a full review, so a list it is.

-Good, strong businesswoman heroine who isn't a man-hater.
-Hero's 6 year-old son acts appropriately for his age and isn't trotted out just for wise quips and plot massaging.
-Nicely written with a good use of showing rather than telling, the occasionally clever bit of imagery and
First off, many thanks to Danielle "The Book Huntress" Hill for being able to identify this book for me! I had been looking for it on GoodReads for ages with no luck! I read it like 10+ years ago, and even though it was a favorite I could never remember the title - just the plot!

I love this book for so many reasons. Mainly though the characters, the family-centric plot, and the Houston setting are what truly sell this book to me.

Laura is an amazing woman. She's sassy, independent, impulsive, na
Aug 31, 2012 Kay rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Harlequin are always good for a quick and steamy read (as long as you pick the collections that guarantee sex, like Blaze). This is by far my favorite Harlequin, and it was my first. Both of the main characters are hard on the outside and tender on the inside. Through a series of crises, their stubborn nature and forced professionalism crumbles under the intensity of the attraction, curiosity, and care they feel for each other. Predictably, it follows the familiar romance formula*, but I still l ...more
Nancy Anderson
A favorite of mine from long ago.
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