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Ten Ways to Win Her Man

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She was the hotshot CEO of a multimillion-dollar company. But when it came to Maxwell Padgett, Danielle Harrington was lost. Though he was too arrogant, he was also too darn hot--to let get away! What she needed to win this man was a plan....
Maxwell Padgett had never been so irritated--or so aroused--in all his life! Every time he turned around, the vulnerable beauty who
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ebook, 192 pages
Published May 15th 2014 by Silhouette Romance Classic (first published January 1st 2001)
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Kat
There was an awful lot of dumb in this one, particularly the fact that Dani's company managed to get to within a month of breaking ground on their new resort despite the fact that the stretch of beach is apparently super-important to a presumably endangered or threatened species and the local state senator (I think? It isn't precisely specified.) made protecting the coast one of the major elements of his platform. And yet, Dani's company still got through all of the building permissions and red ...more
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