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ALL THE RIGHT ANGLES
by Stef Ann Holm

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Holm brings readers a sweet, family-oriented romance. Although cluttered with an excessive number of secondary characters, the story of the hero and heroine's burgeoning relationship is a charming one, and the external conflict arising between them is especially strong.

Architect Francesca "Franci" Moretti comes from a tightly knit Italian family and has been working alongside her parents and siblings in their construction business for years. When her dad gets involved in a huge project, Franci and the rest of her family come into contact with the ambitious and super-successful Kyle Jagger.

Kyle, owner of Legacy Constructors,
is a competitor to the Morettis, but there are ties between the two companies that run deeper than Franci knows. Trust between friends, lovers and business associates is a fragile thing. As Kyle and Franci begin to cross all of those boundaries, they realize that when loyalties are divided, both work and relationships can be put in jeopardy. (HQN, Oct., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: HQN

Published: October 2007

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