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Claimed by the Rogue Billionaire

3.32 of 5 stars 3.32  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Heiress Ashling Fitzgerald has come home determined to prove that she's changed. Secretly she wants to make amends--with the tall, dark housekeeper's son she left behind. But he's not the boy she once knew--Gabriel Burke is now an infamous billionaire!Gabe thinks Ashling is still incredibly sexy. He doesn't want her apologies. Instead he wants her in his bed--he wants reve ...more
Paperback, Large Print, 249 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published 2008)
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Trish Wylie has written one dynamic, remarkable and extremely romantic love story in Claimed by the Billionaire Bad Boy. Bad boy doesn’t even begin to describe Gabe, the one time Fitzgerald family housekeeper’s son now self made billionaire. Since Gabe can remember he’s always looked out for the Fitzgerald’s daughter and she drove him nuts with her shenanigans, her loveliness and then she went away. Now Ash is returning home and will probably mess up his life.

The Fitzgerald family are one of the
Alex is The Romance Fox
I was so excited when I discovered the “new” book by Trish Wylie, who just happens to be one of my favorite Mills & Boon’s authors that I didn’t even look at the title. Imagine my surprise when I began reading the first page that this was a reprint of the 2008 “Claimed by the Rogue Billionaire” which I had read before. I am not sure why Mills & Boon have come out with this book only in 2011!!!!!
Anyway, I read it again and enjoyed it such as much as I did the first time.
It’s kind of a fol
Not bad...the characters were interesting and the romance was well done, but Wylie promises grand revelations about the main characters' pasts that aren't really ever explained.
Heidi Grogan
Fun, breezy, light read - exactly what you'd expect from a Harlequin. Just don't think too much about it! :)
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Writing for Harlequin Mills & Boon, Irish author Trish Wylie is a three times Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award winner and has finalled in the Holt, Booksellers Best, Golden Quill and EPPIE Awards. Though madly in love with New York she still resides in Ireland with numerous four-legged friends who ignore her when she bemoans the lack of a local Starbucks.
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