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The Australian's Housekeeper Bride by Lindsay Armstrong
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Jan 07, 2012

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bookshelves: betrayal, boss-employee-romance, own-kindle, harlequin

An unexpected meeting draws two strangers into a chemistry filled banter only to last the length of the taxi ride. Four years later Rhiannon Fairfax is thrown for a loop when her new boss happens to be the man in the taxi.

Billionaire Les Richardson can't believe his luck when he sees the beauty who has long haunted his dreams before him. Although he should just let her focus on her job as organizer for a party he is hosting, he wants to find out what is behind the stubborn woman who is determined to spar with him.

This was an interesting story, both have been betrayed in their past and have issues with expressing their feelings toward each other. Les is magnetic in his attempt to sweep Rhiannon off her feet, I think at times he assumes she knows how he truly feels but she doesn't. Pretty good story.
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