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PROMOTED: SECRETARY TO BRIDE!
For the past three years, Molly has secretly been in love with her boss, Jarrod. She knows nothing will ever happen between them because they’re employer and subordinate…but it doesn’t keep her from dreaming about it. But when nasty rumors about their company begin to spread, Jarrod decides to get to the bottom of them, and he decides to take Molly out to parties with him to follow the trail of gossip. With the help of her mother and her meddlesome aunts, she manages to pretty herself up for Jarrod. He certainly takes notice of her new look, but is it the pretty clothes or Molly herself that have truly captured Jarrod’s interest?
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- secretary and ceo romance 3
- JAB 01/16/2017
I really didn't know what I could call the title as in this romance book. There were some positive about this book. The positives were the hero and heroine working hard in order to keep their company in business despite all the nasty rumors that were being spread on them. I like how the hero and heroine defended each other against the hero's uppity snob of parents. I love the heroine's family ( including the dog) for the brightness and encouraging the heroine to look her best. Then there is the ending scene. Then there were the con's. The first and worst was the heroine and hero finding out that the rumors were being spread by his parents in order for his business to fail so he would go back to their snobby upper furniture business. It broke my heart because they failed to see that the hero is a good at what he does and works hard to help his clients and employees. The second was the usual cinderella transformation; as much as I love cinderella, it gets a little clique when it's placed in the office setting. That is about it.
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