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The Bridal Suite by Sandra Marton
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Feb 11, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012-read, to-llc-hp-s-2012, love-hate
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Dana the heroine works for the hero Griffin. She tries to tell Griffin repeatedly that the computer program she's helped to develop has major problems and that her department head, Dave, isn't dealing with it. Unfortunately, Dave who is an old college friend of Griffin's has already convinced him that Dana is just upset because she wasn't made department head. He also convinces Griffin that she is a man hating feminist and Griffin is a card holding chauvinist. He makes it clear that he doesn't think much of her intelligence or competence. The two of them have several fiery confrontations and then he fires her. The H then finds out very quickly that Dave is a drunk, that he may be a genius but if he's not sober he can't fix the problems in the program that is to be demonstrated at a conference the day after he's fired Dana.
There is lot's of bickering in this book. I like bickering but for those who don't you won't like this one. This is definitely a love/hate relationship. They can't keep their hands off each other but can't stop arguing either. The H obviously has to hire Dana back, and quickly. He manages to do this without groveling too much. There is eventually a very nice HEA and a sweet I love you.
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