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Games for Sophisticates

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Nice girls don't fall in love with bad boys!

Quilla Kent was embarking on a game she'd never played-she was deliberately setting out to attract notorious womanizer Fraser McGill. And Quilla was determined to win--it was the only way to save her brother's marriage.

The women Fraser reputedly favored were always glamorously packaged. Though Quilla projected femme fatale, she
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Paperback, 186 pages
Published March 1st 1993 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 1991)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
Games for Sophisticates is a good name for this book, because it is about playing love like it's a game. Of course we know someone always gets hurt in that particular game. Quilla is put in the difficult situation of being asked by her brother to attract the attention of powerful businessman and ladies man Fraser McGill so that he will end his affair with her brother's wife. Quilla loves her brother and would do just about anything for him, but she knows she's out of her league making a play for ...more
Yara Asleh
I find this book as the cruel reality. When human feelings are often misunderstood and that certain spiteful circumstances might lead to absolute love and even sometime (as in this case) marriage.
I find Quilla a very complicated character, and she might reflect the author herself, she keeps explaining her action towards McGill without even suspecting that she might be in love of him.
McGill is yet another story; from one hand he say "I might say that I love to walk under the rain, or sing while b
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