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Juggling Briefcase & Baby (Gibson & Grieves #2)

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  65 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Lex Gibson is..."nervous." The prospect of spending a weekend working with Romy, the only woman to ever touch his legendary guarded heart, has the lion of the corporate world..."unsettled."

The tension between free-spirited Romy and buttoned-up Lex simmers dangerously. To complicate things further, Romy has a tiny daughter, who has Lex confused and distracted. They say neve
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 5th 2010 by Harlequin (first published October 1st 2010)
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Hero and heroine have known each other since childhood--Mums are friends--but when she was 18 or 19, they had a wild, passionate affaire for two weeks (or so) in Paris. Then she took off to see the world and he went back to running the family business. Now she's back in England, working--temporarily--in his company, though he's managed to avoid her. But he has to fly to Scotland to clinch a deal, and due to a series of last-minute emergencies, winds up having to take her along for backup. And sh ...more
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This is a sequel to Ms Hart’s “Oh-So-Sensible Secretary”, which I haven’t read, but I didn’t feel I was missing out on much – it’s very much a standalone. Alexander “Lex” Gibson is flying up to Scotland to close a business deal for his company, and Romy is a last-minute stand-in for the acquisitions director. With no time to make alternative arrangements, she ends up having to bring her baby, Freya, with her. Awkward enough, and made worse by the fact that Lex and Romy shared a week in Paris yea ...more
Curious to discover what kind of book rates a stellar 95 rating from Mrs Giggles, I downloaded the digital version of Juggling Briefcase & Baby, read it in one sitting, and was left wondering if Mrs Giggles and I had read the same book.

Last year I read another of Mrs Giggles' reviews in which she labelled the hero an 'asshole' for his constant emotional dithering. The hero and heroine of Juggling Briefcase & Baby seem to do a lot of the same, attracted to one another but convincing thems
This book should have been called Juggling stupidity and daddy issues. The fact she had a job while being a single mother barely mattered in the book. I feel the baby could have been left out of the story all together and nothing would have really changed. Both the main characters were stupid, slightly selfish and 'struggling' with massive daddy issues, Lexs issues felt like they were only there for a parallel with Romys. Romys however were stupid, it felt like she only had them because she was ...more
Maureen Osborne
Enjoyed this British holiday story much more than I though I would. Jessica Hart has a nice touch creating characters that you wanted to know more about. She put just enough hurdles in the way to keep the story moving. I was a little let down by the ending, but just a little.
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After a haphazard career spent working and travelling around the world, I stumbled into romance writing as a way to fund a PhD. My first book, A Sweeter Prejudice, came out in 1991, and since then I've written a further 59 books, some of which have won awards in the US and the UK.
I live in York, a historic city in the north of England, and waste the best part of my days planning trips away or on
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