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Can't Buy Me Love by Maggie Marr
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Apr 02, 2012

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Entertaining, easy to read, it's the perfect kind of novel to take on the beach or to slip into your bag while traveling.

The scenario is easy to decipher and there is no real surprise in it but it's a nice romantic story that takes up the theme of romance in the workplace between an assistant and her boss.

Of course, in a snap the reader goes from the city's greyness to a wonderful paradise full of golden sand and coconut to provide a seductive framework more conducive to romance ... Of course, Meg is a beautiful and capable assistant. Of course, Cole is an arrogant, tyrannical boss with a body of Apollo.
Immediately, the reader knows that it's a fiction build to make you dream along with the scenery, the easy to anticipate situations and an irresistible attraction between the main characters. And it works! We forget the unlikely details to indulge in a sweet dream …

Yet I have found that for a pretentious man, accustomed disposable conquest, Cole had sunk into eternal fidelity and love a little too fast for my taste. Just as I found Meg's amazing capacity to forgive the boorishness of her boss a little bit too easy. But you are in a fiction so enjoy it without thinking.
Special mention to the couple formed by Stan and Allison.

Pleasant to read. Perfect for a someone who wants to make romantic sweet dreams...


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