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Gray Quinn's Baby

2.26 of 5 stars 2.26  ·  rating details  ·  74 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Magenta knows having a new employer might be tricky. But she isn't expecting the old-fashioned ruthlessness of Gray Quinn! However, plucky Magenta is up for the challenge, and tries to beat the distractingly gorgeous Quinn at his own game....Quinn is no New Man--he wants temptingly innocent Magenta in his bedroom, not the boardroom. But he can make her no promises. He'll g ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 18th 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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This is one of those rare times I wish that Goodreads allowed half ratings. I barely want to give this book a half star, let alone 1. It starts out well enough with the heroine, Magenta Steele working for her father’s advertising company that now has a new owner who she has never met. Magenta’s father wants her out of the office, so that the new owner, our hero, Gray Quinn can acclimate himself with the company and employees. On her way home, she encounters a sexy biker who she feels attracted t
This weird mix of "Life on Mars" and "Mad Men" -- with a few pathetic shout-outs to Fifty Shades of Grey thrown in -- could have been very interesting; in fact, I'd love to see a creative writer tackle a time-travel romance in which a modern heroine goes back to the world of a 1970's Harlequin Presents and has to deal with one of those crazy-making, sexist heroes. But there was no real inspiration here, and none of the fascinating tensions those television shows create by immersing us into such ...more
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The heroine Magenta is busy preparing for a meeting with the new owner of the advertising agency she works for. After working all night she falls asleep on her desk, but when she wakes up everything around her is different. It seems that she has woken up in the 60's and her job is no longer there, instead she is the office secretary and the new boss Gray, the hero, is every but as domineering as expected. However, they both feel as connection and spend a lot of time together, eventually leading ...more
Hero was not my liking kinda a jerk thought the story Of the dream was good
Amanda Sheila
I don't even know why I purchased this book in the first place. Maybe it's because the blurb is so promising but eventually I couldn't even finished. Confusing and didn't make any sense. I'm so sorry. :/
La verdad... totalmente decepcionada... o no estoy de genio o no hubo ese algo... :(
Sarah Dane
I don't like it. Large part of the book is aout her dream.
I couldn't believe how awful this book was. I forced myself to finish it hoping that it would improve....nope! The sucky just got suckier. Avoid this one at all costs.
Laura YA indie princess
I had such a hard time to finishing this book and nearly did stop reading a couple of times.
worst book ever, I had to stop reading for while before I stopped completely.
It had promise, but boy was this book disjointed. Not a good read at all.
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Susan Stephens was a professional singer before meeting her husband on the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta.

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