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Palace of the Hawk
Margaret Rome
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Palace of the Hawk

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Lucille Lamb had plenty to put up with in her job as secretary to the film star, Shani Sharon, but she had deliberately chosen the job knowing it would give her opportunities to travel and to experience the glamorous world of films.

What she hadn't bargained for was that it would also bring her into the world of Tareq Hawke, the dynamic actor. It wasn't likely that "The Haw
Paperback, Mills & Boon Best Seller Romance #288, 192 pages
Published February 1981 by Mills & Boon (first published August 1974)
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Jan 07, 2016 MissKitty rated it liked it
Not great. An older book and very dated. The heroine Lucille is companion/secretary to her glamorous cousin Sharni who is an actress. Throughout the story Sharni treats Lucille abominably and she puts up with it ostensibly so she can travel for free. The hero Tareq hawke is a famous actor, and notorious ladies man. I kept picturing Omar Shariff from the 1970s movies. They start off on a cruise ship and heroine is such a doormat it's almost unbelievable. The cousin offers her secretarial services ...more
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