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His for the Taking (Harlequin Presents

2.77 of 5 stars 2.77  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  4 reviews
His mistress--for one night?

When New York cabdriver Zoe Drake finds a dark, brooding man on her doorestep, she doesn't know what to think--does he want something, or has Christmas come early this year?

Nick Giroux is looking for his long-lost father--not a newfound woman But as she helps him in his search, there's something about him that makes Zoe let down her ice-cool def...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Harlequin Enterprises (first published February 2007)
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Zoe Drake is a New York City cab driver at night, an aerobics teacher by day, and she loves the independence that gives her. She’s never felt like she belonged with her beautiful sisters and mother; and even her father didn’t hide his disapproval. Zoe discovers a gorgeous brooding man outside her Aunt Xenia’s apartment door. Nick Giroux just barges into her life and her Aunt Xenia’s apartment; he’s on a mission to find his long lost father and he’s not leaving until someone answers his questions...more
Apr 25, 2008 Shelley rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who weren't horribly frustrated with Natalie and Jeremy on Sports Night? *g*
Recommended to Shelley by: Smart Bitches who like Trashy Books
Shelves: chicklitromance
Eh. It was okay. I liked parts of it more than others - his tendency to not want her to grieve for her dead great-aunt (because he felt bad about her feeling sad) deeply pissed me off, enough that it colored my view of everything else he did. Like when he refused to leave her apartment, just flat out disagreeing with her request for him to leave and getting comfortable, for days. It reminded me of Natalie refusing to break up with Jeremy when he broke up with her on Sports Night, another thing t...more
I kinda wish I'd read Shelley's review before I went and bought this, but I think I liked this a little better than you did, Shell. The sex scenes were pretty good (although, Mom, look away - I think the word "penis" in a sex scene is decidedly unsexy). I also liked the characters, but the ending was so pat I kind of wanted to bang my head on a wall.
not the greatest but still pretty good
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