Mistress Contract (9 To 5)

Mistress Contract To Harlequin Presents No Passion on the agenda Conrad Quentin was equally famed for his ruthless business deals and devastating good looks Sephy encountered the full force of these charms from day

  • Title: Mistress Contract (9 To 5)
  • Author: Helen Brooks
  • ISBN: 9780373121533
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • Harlequin Presents, No 2153 Passion on the agenda Conrad Quentin was equally famed for his ruthless business deals and devastating good looks Sephy encountered the full force of these charms from day one of her new job as Conrad s secretary Sephy didn t want an office affair, but Conrad proposed a deal if she agreed to date him, he d be the perfect gentlemanuntil her Harlequin Presents, No 2153 Passion on the agenda Conrad Quentin was equally famed for his ruthless business deals and devastating good looks Sephy encountered the full force of these charms from day one of her new job as Conrad s secretary Sephy didn t want an office affair, but Conrad proposed a deal if she agreed to date him, he d be the perfect gentleman until her temporary contract with him ended Then he planned to make her his mistress, or .

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    1 thought on “Mistress Contract (9 To 5)”

    1. Did I miss something? There was nothing remotely resembling a "mistress contract" despite the title.Sure, the heroine's arrogant, manwhore boss wants her to become his latest mistress but he doesn't draw up a mistress contract, nor does she in fact become his mistress at any point in the story. Baffling.Aside from that issue, it was a pleasant enough read, with a strong, smart heroine with just the right mix of sensitivity and vulnerability combined with inner strength and occasional feistiness. [...]

    2. Sweet girl, handsome boy. Sweet lady got her charming boss wrapped around her finger in the end. Isn't that what it is all about?

    3. Great story. The only problem is the stupid title as the the story is nothing like it. Does Harlequin have a list of cliched titles to cover every plot?

    4. Ok. Definitely better than the other one. There's still too much page spend inside the head of the heroine but not as annoying. Will probably try another book from this author.

    5. This was ok. Not a bad read, I particularly liked that the H convinced her to date him even if she said she wouldn't sleep with him.

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