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After Hours

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They were two of a kind

Executive assistant Angie St. Clair knew the office gossips said she and her boss, Rhys Wakefield, were made for each other; they were both cold, intimidating workaholics. But Angie's impersonal facade was her only protection against curious co-workers who might discover the scandalous truth of her past.

Rhys suspected his beautiful assistant wasn't a
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Temptation #309, 220 pages
Published August 1990 by Harlequin Books
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This book is dated, some part of the story is so cheesy my teeth hurts, but this is the book when you really wants a cheesy predictable yet no angst and stress free book.
Since older man and younger woman trope is one of my favorite type of book and seeing that it only has a little review i'll just sum up the story.
Rhys is a classic type of workaholic, he breaths work he eats work, his life's revolves around his work.
Hes looking for a dedicated and hardworking assistant, but most of
It's official. I've become a fan of Gina Wilkins. This is the second book of hers that I've read, the first being A Stroke of Genius, and although I don't think I'll ever find a book as good as the first, this one comes pretty close.

This book was pretty good. Both characters were very likable. I love how the romance developed slowly, but strongly. Gina Wilkins seems to put more depth into her characters than I've seen in any other romance books. It makes for a really great story.

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Made me cry. Dramatic. Not too sexy.
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Gina is known as: Gina Ferris, Gina Ferris Wilkins and Gina Wilkins. If looking for a specific book please check all names.

Gina Wilkins sold her first book to Harlequin in 1987, and has been writing full-time ever since, publishing more than 90 books for Harlequin/Silhouette. Her books are translated into 20 languages. A lifelong resident of central Arkansas, she attended Arkansas State University
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