MEMO: MARRY ME?
Maintaining the reputation of her temp agency is of paramount importance to Lily Kellaway. So when businessman Zach Swift fires one of her employees, Lily's willing to do whatever it takes to pacify him -- including run his office herself for a few weeks. From the start, Zach doesn't hide his desire for her, but he's not into relationships. Meanwhile, Lily's past has left her wary, and she's concealing a secret that has the potential to destroy her. Jennie Adams' Memo: Marry Me? (3) has a sympathetic heroine and a believable plot. But the rest of the characters -- including the hero -- fail to engage.