The Billionaire Boss's Innocent Bride
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The Billionaire Boss's Innocent Bride (Hired: For the Boss's Pleasure #1)

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Alexandra Hill is worlds away from Max Goodwin's usual choice of glamorous employee. But this CEO needs a secretary--fast. He hires Alex, with one condition: a makeover Soon she's turned from dowdy assistant to stunning beauty--and Max's thoughts turn from professional to very personal indeed....

Max's playboy lifestyle couldn't be more different from Alex's convent-school...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 2nd 2009 by Harlequin Presents Extra (first published October 1st 2008)
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Alexandra Hill isn't the usual glamorous employee that CEO, Max, is looking for but he must hire her with the condition she agrees to a makeover!

Max is shocked by the beauty she becomes. What a difference the right clothes and haircut made! Now his thoughts turn to her becoming his mistress not just his secretary!

Work place romance have a special place in my heart. This isn't one set in an office but that was fine with me. I really enjoyed this fast paced read.
nice 1 but the tone was too monotone. no scorching chemistry, no angst, no drama here. just a plain simple n nice story. it did not work 4 me though it's likeable. alex is the girl next door kinda girl. she gets employed by max goodwind n falls instantly 4him. her wit, her sense of humour, her frankness..well truly it was her naivety n her youth, won max over. i really felt like max was a cradle snatcher in some parts of the book bcoz alex was so naive n childish. i have 2 give it 2 max, he was...more
Too many POVs in this book made it unradable. I don't need to know what every Tom, Dick and Harry thinks about the main characters. The tension was entirely lost.
Overall this was a quick fun read with charming H/h. A tame romance, but the characters were very likable and you were drawn into the story and their romance. A little sappy at the end, but for a light read, it fit the bill nicely (rhough the author had a tendency to over-describe the rooms/furnishings).
The first half of the book was a good setup, but the conflict to keep them apart didn't really makes sense and the resolution was contrived and rushed.
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I'm not torturing myself again by reading a book with the australian dialect. I was confused half of the time, so I didn't really enjoy reading it.
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