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An Exception to His Rule

2.49 of 5 stars 2.49  ·  rating details  ·  65 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Mills & Boon Sexy series delivers what you love in contemporary romance - glamour and scandal in exotic locations…

Never, ever, date the boss

Mining millionaire Damien Wyatt lives by one rule: never more than one night. But when Harriet Livingstone appears across an interview table—the same woman who totaled his sports car!—he's tempted by her stunning beauty. So he stea

Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 18th 2014 by Harlequin
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An Exception to His Rule is the 47th romance novel by Australian author, Lindsay Armstrong. Mining millionaire Damien Wyatt isn’t sure why he agrees to interview Harriet Livingstone for the job of assessing his mother’s art collection. After all, she is the woman who crashed into him, breaking his car and his collarbone. But he does interview her and is taken by her knowledge, experience and gorgeous legs. She finds him attractive but is convinced by the art collection and the prospect of earnin ...more
The hero deserved better. This book is terrible, violent heroine, slow, bland . What's happening to HP these days? Divorce parties, numerous lovers, etc. I want fiction, fantasy, to sigh, be dreamy. If I wanted real life, tabloids are available.
This book is so slow and boring that it literally kept putting me to sleep. I almost missed getting my daughter off the bus because I was napping trying to finish this book! I kept waiting for it to pick up, but it never did.
Es una autora muy buena, pero el libro no lleno mis expectativas... Sin emabargo es una lectura buena
Andrea' Cmtz
Fue un buen libro para pasar el tiempo, pero no me encantó
Not compelling. The heroine is violent. Quite unnecessary too. The hero had more justification for slapping the heroine for damaging him and his car and not paying for it.
The violent heroine, I could not get past that. Hero was being snarky and the heroine couldn't restrain her violence. Just no.
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"Armstrong's sweet romance brings the beautiful wilds of New South Wales, Australia, to life, and stars a charming and clumsy heroine and a controlling, contrary hero who battle their insecurities and attraction". (RT Book Reviews)
Cas Ryan
enjoyed it very much i must get some more of her books
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Lindsay Armstrong was born in South Africa. She grew up with threeambitions: to become a writer, to travel the world, and to be a game ranger.She didn't achieve the last one, but her fascination for wildlife and thatspecial something about Africa and its big game still remains with her. Whenshe went to work it was in travel, at an agency and an airline, and thisstarted her on the road to seeing th ...more
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