A Sensible Wife ebook
by Jessica Hart
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book was an enjoyable read. I liked that the relationship development between the main characters.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Sensible Wife by Jessica Hart. It was not an intense attraction at first sight but it grew overtime.
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He wanted a sensible wife! . Jessica Hart had a haphazard early career that took her around the world in a variety of interesting but very lowly jobs, all of which have provided inspiration on which to draw when it comes to the settings and plots of her stories. She eventually stumbled into writing as a way of funding a PhD in medieval history, but was quickly hooked on romance and is now a full-time author based in York.
OH-SO-SENSIBLE SECRETARY Jessica Hart Here – at last! – was my new boss, lounging in the doorway and smiling an irresistibly lop-sided smile.
For Better? Corporate wife Mallory McIver has promised her new husband a businesslike marriage, with no messy emotions involved. For Worse? Then Torr announces he's moving to the Highlands of Scotland to restore the derelict castle he's inherited. OH-SO-SENSIBLE SECRETARY Jessica Hart Here – at last! – was my new boss, lounging in the doorway and smiling an irresistibly lop-sided smile. You know how it feels when a million butterflies are fluttering inside you? Well, that's what it felt like the first time I, Summer Curtis, laid eyes on Phin Gibson.
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A sleek computer sat on my desk, humming gently. A notebook and freshly sharpened pencil were squared up to one side of a high-tech phone, but otherwise the desk was empty, the way I like it. I can’t bear clutter. There was only one thing missing.
CHAPTER ONE. The lift doors slid open, and out stepped Louisa Dennison, bang on time. Watching her from across the lobby, Patrick was conscious of a familiar spurt of something close to irritation
CHAPTER ONE. Watching her from across the lobby, Patrick was conscious of a familiar spurt of something close to irritation. Dammit, couldn't the woman be five seconds late for once? Here she came, in her prim little grey suit, whose skirt stopped precisely at the knee, not a hair of her dark head out of place. She looked sensible, discreet, well groomed, the epitome of a perfect PA. Patrick knew that he was being irrational