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Innocent in the Italian's Possession

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When Gemma Cardone's boss is hospitalized and Stefano Marinetti, his estranged son, takes over the family shipyard, she is caught between duty and desire....Her duty--Gemma's friendship with Stefano's father was steeped in secrecy. But Stefano suspects that she was his father's lover. Gemma can never tell the real truth--it would tear Stefano's family apart.

His desire--Gem
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 18th 2010 by Harlequin
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I love love love scilian heroes. Their angst, passion for revenge, remorse, family are in one package to make you go emotionally gaga. This hero had the mix to draw you in a flash cold to sizzling hot. He started off cruel, but was brilliant to figure out the secrets and solve them all. I am late in reading this but enjoyable despite the time it's was published. Janette, you are a promising author.
Tonya Warner
With the sudden illness of her boss, Gemma is left carrying the burdens of his secrets. When his son, Stefano, storms in, she must keep secrets that are not hers to share, and it costs her dearly.

An excellent story.
Gemma works for Cesar, but Cesar had a heart attack, crashed his car and his wife died in the accident. Cesar’s son Stefano is back to run the family business, and Gemma must do all she can to hide Cesar’s secret from Stefano. Because Gemma is something of a busybody, not very bright, and deserves every bad thing that happens to her in this book, and more.

She is hot. So is Stefano. They want each other powerfully and instantly.

On balance, they are both really irritating people. Stefano is irrita
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It was alright, if you like the overbearing macho-male type of story. It's not on my re-read list.
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Another over bearing, controlling in the name of business, man.
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I like to spit these books out while taking breathing space from the larger books.
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Janette's dream of being published came true in 2006 when Kensington Publishing acquired her first western historical romance, One Real Cowboy. Since then she's written five more western historical romances, and emotionally intense novels for Harlequin Presents.

Now the award winning author is expanding her career into hybrid publishing and will see the release of her first indie romantic suspense
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