Who's the Boss?
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Who's the Boss?

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Having inherited nothing but a stack of bills and - horrors - an office job, Caitlin was suddenly a poor little rich girl. Worse, her new boss was temptingly gorgeous, but needed a major attitude adjustment.. He seemed to think she was some sort of airhead, just because she didn't know her way around a filing cabinet.


There was nothing Joe need...more
Paperback, Harlequin Temptation #742, 217 pages
Published August 1st 1999 by Harlequin Books (first published July 1st 1999)
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What an adorable and charming book. The heroine is such a sweetie, who is shocked to find herself broke after a lifetime of never worrying about money.
Her father is dead and she is hurting because though she was never close to him, she loved him and he seems to have left something to everybody but not her, to her he has left a job.

The hero is computer programmer who lives his job and his happy that his mentor, the heroine's father left him the company and shocked to find the heroine on his door-...more
This a very entertaining read. The characters are all very likeable and charming and fun.
Petra Grayson
I needed a break from the current books, so I went old-school again. This book was written in 1999. It was a good example of old-school romance. A Harlequin Temptation, so the sex is pretty mild. The story had some signature Jill Shalvis plot points: nice, misunderstood characters who grow up and learn to communicate, good friends who act as wonderful sidekicks, not quite a much humor as some of her later works, but lots of crazy mishaps too.

Caitlyn is a petite, blonde, bombshell and Joe is the...more
Loved this book :)
Liz Balaam
After reading quite a serious non fiction book I wanted something light hearted and easy to read. And that is exactly what this is. A predictable little love story that doesn't take much concentration.
This was an older book (I was still about 14 when this book came out) but I enjoyed it all that much more
One of my all-time favorites
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