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One Girl at a Time

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Tansy had met Vin Makram before. The first time he'd become irate after hearing her bad-mouth the Goods in his store in Thailand.

So it was embarrassing to unexpectedly discover on their second meeting that he was both a leading businessman and her new boss! However Vin seemed prepared to forget that first unhappy encounter

Only Tansy wasn't really sure what he wanted from
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #1420, 188 pages
Published December 1991 by Harlequin Books (first published 1990)
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And another fifty cents thrown away! I think I need therapy to find out why I torture myself with these awful concoctions.
Erin (Paperback stash) *is juggle-reading*
Again my Harlequin mood of the past three days continues. I can't resist, the drama is calling to me. Another one I greatly enjoyed. Two in a row I liked - woohoo! It's not as sensual as the last but I loved the story. Vin was an alluring, mysterious hero you had to like, and Tansy's workaholic personality made perfect sense. The ending dished out a whallop of a surprise too, I never saw that coming as the reason. The ending was sweet but I would have liked her to explain more about Roger. Maybe ...more
This book was just ok i gelt the character were a bit flat. The best part was it took place in Thailand the culture is interesting.
Three stars for the great exotic setting, very vividly Thailand, lots of local color and fun designer/fashion facts. One star for Drama which fell short, the continuous misunderstandings between the two got tiresome. The story is awkward and the whole aviator shades thing was silly.
Indah ommar
Tansy is a woman with strong character, modern and independent but still keep her virginity .
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