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She couldn't steal another woman's man

Judith wasn't the type to lose her head over a man, especially not a man who was engaged to an old friend.

But Luke Doulton was irresistible. He was a financial genius who wasn't afraid to work with an equally talented woman like Judith. Judith couldn't help falling in love with him any more than she could change the circumstances that...more
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #700, 189 pages
Published June 1984 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1984)
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This was a really good oldy but goodie. There are some elements here that are missing from the newer Harlequin Presents. For one, the heroine is not a lower status, lower education woman like a lot of the newer romance feature. Also, she is not drop dead gorgeous and model beautiful. And the hero is not Italian, Greek, Latin, or Middle Eastern. He's actually half American and half English. Although Judith does go to work for Lucas, she is a very valued employee with a keen knowledge of finance a...more
May 22, 2011 Verity rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommended to Verity by: Danielle
I was utterly bored by the first 145 pages. I couldn't see why H/h fell in luv. If I were engaged to a superficial Marilyn Monroe wanna-be with a sheep-like nickname Baba, I would drop her like a hawt potato too. No offense to chicks out there with the same pet name, of course. This snoozeville needed more H/h interactions and a higher dose of dwama. Wot is the point of reading CL if there is no intense conflict ? Her office affair books are too lame for my taste.
I actually fell a bit in love with the hero at the end, because he laid himself at the heroine's feet (about time). But then the plot and emotional conflicts were pretty weak to begin with. There was potential in this story; it could have been a LOT better.
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Sheila Ann Mary Coates Holland
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