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More Than Perfect (Perfect #2)

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When billionaire Lucius Devlin inherits his best friend's child, he needs a wife. Preferably one who fulfills his every need. So he checks out the Pretorius Program, since it had once found him the perfect assistant.

Angie Colter can't understand who wouldn't want to spend time with the sexy, caring and utterly compelling Lucius and darling baby Mikey. Then she discovers hi

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Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Desire, #2139; Billionaires and Babies, #24, 192 pages
Published February 2012 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2012)
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Saly
I didn't enjoy this book much because I guess never warmed up to the hero, he was rude and cold, he had a nice father then his father was betrayed, he got into all revenge mode, the only good thing was his best friend then a woman came between them and now he has the custody of his best friend's kid and a custody battle looming so he wants to find the perfect wife, like he found the perfect PA through a program.

The heroine is the PA, she loves him, though her confidence is not much because of a
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Dancer
Mar 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
When billionaire Lucius Devlin inherits his best friend's child, he needs a wife. Preferably one who fulfills his every need. So he checks out the Pretorius Program, since it had once found him the perfect assistant.…
Angie Colter can't understand who wouldn't want to spend time with the sexy, caring and utterly compelling Lucius and darling baby Mikey. Then she discovers his goal. With a few tweaks to the program—and to her appearance—Angie will be the perfect wife! But what if Lucius finds out
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May
4.5
Wonderful

it was slow in the beginning then it became wonderful <3
Lisa Tsuruda
Nov 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
I read every single Day Leclaire book that she writes for the Desire line. This is interesting as this novel brings together characters from her Dante's Inferno series and another series. I was pulling for Angie, Lucius' beyond amazing PA who realizes that she is the only one who is perfectly matched for her boss. He's also inherited his deceased best friend's baby and is of course, looking for the most perfect wife to be his wife, a mother, a gourmet cook, interior designer and the list goes on ...more
Melissa Maxwell
Jan 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I did not know this was in the series with nothing short of perfect but I glad when I realized it. Angie has been in love with her boss since she met him but her saw her as no more than office furniture. When she dazzles a client with her looks she finally gets his attention. Decline is looking for a wife to look after his godson but even using the pretorius program he is unable to find the perfect wife. Angie realizes he is looking for a wife and consorts with Jett (book 1) to make sure she com ...more
Anja
Jan 14, 2015 marked it as to-read
When billionaire Lucius Devlin inherits his best friend's child, he needs a wife. Preferably one who fulfills his every need. So he checks out the Pretorius Program, since it had once found him the perfect assistant.

Angie Colter can't understand who wouldn't want to spend time with the sexy, caring and utterly compelling Lucius and darling baby Mikey. Then she discovers his goal. With a few tweaks to the program�and to her appearance�Angie will be the perfect wife! But what if Lucius finds out t
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Yessenia Andaverde
Not a bad book. Very good, in fact. The writing was clear and the rhythm was great. I think the characters were a bit superficial, though. I didn't get the main reason for the hero's cynicism, and I would have really enjoyed if the baby had a personality. The point was supposed to be getting a mother for the baby and the guardianship, but he wasn't even a secondary character, more like an afterthought in the whole book. The babies have a personality from birth, but the actions of this one were a ...more
jR
Jan 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
I really liked this book. This is the my debut to Day Leclaire's works and I would definitely look for her other books. I love it that the guy is not perfect at all. I love how the heroine is not intimidated by him. I love her smart mouth and smartass comments. I love it too that the guy takes all her comments in an amusing way. It shows that he isn't shortfused and that this girl already affected him in an endearing way.

All in all, this book is good!
Carolina
Jul 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book is quite wonderful, filled with fun witty conversation between the two main characters. It pulls at your sweet heart strings and gives you a little of a need to say the same ol' thing> boys are blind!. The only thing i seem to have missed is a little bit more in the backdrop of Lucians past hungups that made it so hard for him to trust.
Annie
Aug 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book

I am not usually a fan of books with babies, but this author does a wonderful job. The hero was just enough alpha male. The h was just enough sassy. Day Leclaire is now on my auto buy list!
Mombo
Excellent! Yes, two more than perfect people can find love even if they don't think they need it or want it.

Unbelievable how one can be so good looking, rich, and talented and no one snaps him/her up immediately. Real life works differently. I should know. ;)
Shakira
Dec 24, 2015 rated it it was ok
1.5 stars
Juuliimarino
Jan 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
cliché, corto, pero entretenido al fin y al cabo *le da like*
Zoe Liew
Jun 08, 2012 rated it liked it
Formulaic and predictable. Still, I liked their interactions.
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Brittney Bower
Jun 03, 2013 rated it really liked it
finally the man finds true love from a woman and a child.
Betzacosta Betzacosta
Lo leí ayer, como pasa con Day es dulce, ligero y los dialogos son bastante fluidos, sin embargo no me gusto que lo que le escondía lo supieramos en el mismo libro.
pero así y todo amo a esta autora
Nothing Like A Good Book!!!! Wood
Just loved it...
E. R.
I couldn't get over one detail, so the whole book was over for me. Still, all's well that end's well.
Sloan
Jul 23, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
i like this book but it kind of had no real depth.
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Wacky comes naturally to Day Leclaire. It always has. Or maybe she's just a trouble magnet.

Like the time she taught all the kids in her kindergarten class how to lock the bathroom stalls and slide out underneath. Or when she became the first kindergartner in the school's history to get suspended, after starting a glue war to the tune of one carpet, ten emergency haircuts, fifteen shirts, three pa
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