Man with Two Faces
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Man with Two Faces

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As an act of kindness, to help out her friend Barbara, Rebecca had agreed to work part-time in Barbara's secretarial bureau. But unfortunately for Rebecca, it was a gesture that misfired, since it led to her meeting with the maddening Janus Leon. He was a stern, not to say unreasonable, taskmaster, for a start. But, like the Roman god after who he was named, Janus had two...more
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #2551, 191 pages
Published June 1983 by Harlequin Books (first published 1982)
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Narita Wijaya
truthfully i can't point when the moment heroine can falling in love to the hero.... it's kinda weird for me, when suddenly heroine admit to herself that she had feel "something" to her boss... but it's no awful stories, just it is not the best novel.
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