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His Most Exquisite Conquest (The Legendary Finn Brothers #2)

2.96 of 5 stars 2.96  ·  rating details  ·  73 ratings  ·  21 reviews
A sensual agenda

In the boardroom men quake at Michael Finn's business prowess and in the bedroom women beg for his touch. Nothing eludes the Australian tycoon's grasp, except for free spirit Lucy Flippence, his employee's sister who tests his practiced charm.

Vivacious Lucy is a fish out of water in Michael's corporate world, but once she giv
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 18th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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What I'm mentioning isn't a spoiler because it's revealed in the very beginning of the book. The stupid-ass big secret is revealed pretty damn instantly to the reader and it's just... No. The heroine is dyslexic, which I know from the experiences of loved ones around me *CAN* be very difficult to deal with. But the way it's built up and portrayed in the story is just annoying, and inaccurate based (again) on what I know real life experiences with dyslexia to be. Well, not wholly inaccurate, ther ...more
Tonya Warner
Ugh! I should have checked what I had already ready and avoided this book.

This is the second half of The Legendary Finn Brothers. The first had no depth, no passion, and this one was even worse.

Lucy is dyslexic, and evidently, that is a life destroying, secret keeping, no reason to ever have kids, diagnosis. Really? With all the knowledge and treatments devoted to this, THIS is suppose to stop her from having kids in case she passes it on? I could see if it was a life threatening disease, but th
When I started reading this. I thought the book seemed familar. Then I realised it was because I had read Lucy's sister Ellie's story. As both share a similar beginning.
Lucy is the younger sister of Ellie. And she goes to her sisters work to surprise her with a meal out. As it's her sisters 30th birthday.
This is where she meets Ellie's boss Michael. And the attraction between them is immediate. As Michael's brother is in the office the 4 of them go out to lunch. Everything is fine until it's t
His Most Exquisite Conquest is the second book in the Legendary Finn Brothers series by Australian author, Emma Darcy. Business tycoon Michael Finn is about to take his efficient PA, Elizabeth Flippence, out for lunch to celebrate her 30th birthday when her younger sister Lucy explodes onto the scene. The attraction is immediate, and on both sides; luckily, his brother Harry has his heart set on Ellie, so they make a foursome. Soon, Michael and Lucy are deeply involved. But Lucy is convinced tha ...more
Fabiola Chenet
Comme je le disais récemment, il suffit parfois d'une scène ou d'un petit truc entre 4 et 5 étoiles. :-)
Susanna Carr
Lucy is uninhibited in showing her desire for Michael. Life is short and she wants to enjoy the instant attraction and excitement. But Lucy knows that their fling can't last. Her struggles with dyslexia have brought so many challenges in her life and she often feels inadequate. She may be a ray of sunshine in Michael's life, but she knows that she's not good enough for a man like him.

The heroine in this story was unexpected! In most Harlequin Presents the heroine is sexually inexperienced, but L
very nice one ! it was very fun n light ! lucy was like a breath of fresh air but i detected a note of childishness der like she didn't grow up u the way she wud go on wid things like princes n frogs ! it really got on my nerves. mickey was actually besotted from the 1st. i dunt no much abt dyslexia but i no when ders smthing abt urself which makes u different from other people, u're extremely ashamed n hide it. even won't go n look 4help from specialists becoz of the shame, of the fear ...more
What a load of rubbish. There's no real story here.
I read this novel last night and forgot to review it, due to the fact it was pretty late. I did not like this one at all. Most of the novel dealt with the fact that the heroine was really immature. I found her controversy and self esteem over the dyslexia ruined the novel for me. Also Ellie played a huge part in who the heroine was. Instead of the heroine being who she wanted to be, she let her situation and past situations blight her.
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It’s Lucy’s sister’s 30th birthday, and Lucy is determined to get her out of the rut she’s been in since their mother died. That means supporting her sister’s flirty new do, and a lovely lunch date. When she shows up at Ellie’s job to pick her up, her hunky …Read More
His Most Exquisite Conquest is the second book about the Finn Brothers. I didn't read the first one. This is a very rich family. Michael falls for the sister of his P.A. Lucy has dyslexic. Lucy doesn't think she is good enough for any man, because of her dyslexic. The book tells how they deal with it and the attraction between them.
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"Darcy's fun-loving Down Under romance deals with tough issues in a realistic light, thanks to the empathetic, entertaining couple at its heart." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

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Gives a totally unrealistic impression of those with Dyslexia. It treats it like a deep dark shameful disability rather than a challenge to which to become adapted.
Annie Burrows
this was a satisfying conclusion to the linked stories about the Finn brothers, which began with the story of Harry and Elizabeth in "The Incorrigible Playboy."
Didn't like the heroine. She has instasex with the hero. Felt like I was reading a harlequin presents version Bridget Jone's Diary. That isn't a compliment.
Maria Vega
Quite dissapoitment with this book, i always think emma darcy novels quite good. But this one really borring and the story really fast.
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Miniseries: The Legendary Finn Brothers
Category: Passion

Rated $ Stars by RT Book Reviews
Terrible. Expected better from Emma Darcy!
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Emma Darcy's life journey has taken as many twists and turns as the characters in her stories, whose international popularity has resulted in over sixty-million book sales. Born in Australia and currently living in a beachside property on the central coast of New South Wales, she travels extensively to research settings and increase her experience of places and people.

Initially a French/English te
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