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LADY'S MAN
by Suzanne Simmons

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Self-made millionaire businessman Cole Worth had come to the very exclusive Sonoran Resort in Phoenix to relax and get away from everything for a while. Having the beautiful female butler from the suite next door show up in his room looking white as a ghost is not on his agenda.

Georgiana Burne-Jones is highly skilled in her job as a butler for the Resort. She is trained to handle anything, although the murder of a client certainly hadnt been discussed in the training sessions. Despite her shock, Georgiana realizes that she is in deep trouble. She had already had problems with Mr. Paul Isherwood and the knife used to stab him has her fingerprints all over it.

Cole frequently sums up people and situations quickly, and after hearing Georgianas story of the strange, solemn business meeting that had taken place earlier in Mr. Isherwoods suite, he senses that Georgiana is being set up.

After contacting his trusted second- in-command for supplies, Cole and Georgiana slip away from the Sonoran under the cover of darkness. He wants time to find out who Paul Isherwood was and why someone would want to kill him. Since Georgiana saw his ominous associates faces, she may be the next target. Coles worst fears are confirmed when several thugs stalk them across the country. They had better get to the bottom of this mystery quickly.

Suzanne Simmons is back with another tempting tale of romance and intrigue. As alwaysa winner! (Feb., 320 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Published: February 1999

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