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If He Only Knew.. (Men to Do! #10)

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  5 reviews
She "seemed" like the perfect lady

As far as New York City attorney Cody Shea could see, Sara Wells was a model temp. She had brains and beauty--in fact, if he hadn't been her boss, there were a few highly improper things he would have asked the very proper Southern belle to do...

Living in Manhattan under an assumed name for a year was Sara's brief flirtation with freedom.
ebook, 256 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Harlequin Blaze (first published October 2007)
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Maybe 33% of the way through and I just don't care about either character, so I see no reason to continue. There's just no... "umph" here, ya know?

Edit: I couldn't find anything better within 10min of shelving this as DNF, so I tried it again.

Okay, I know what the problem is... why I couldn't get into it before. It's a lot of telling, not showing. I don't see why Sara feels the need to escape her parents, I'm just told that she does. The mother, who Sara has built up to something of a cross betw
Contemporary romance about a mega-rich recent law graduate who wants to know how the other half lives. After a few months in a New York law firm as a legal secretary, she only knows she wants to do the boss (who ethically refuses to hit on her) and quit being poor. But when the boss pursues her to her hometown, her efforts to hide her rich-girl identity go splat. Turns out she has a twin, too, which is only played for minor misunderstandings, but could have been more fun. This book is more enjoy ...more
Nancy Anderson
Fairly good. Learned a new word illusive.
Massively wealthy smart heroine considers ACLU a worthwhile cause & marriage NOT held in high esteem as they lived together in NYC for two years before wedding came up :(
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I really liked this book it came in a 2 in 1, a lot of people see mills and boon and go eh! (Me too :() But, this story funny, romantic and angsty. I was gonna give this book away when I was done reading but now, I think I'll keep it. :)
Great book but I felt like the epilogue was a little unnecessary.
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