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THE TYCOON'S VERY PERSONAL ASSISTANT
by Heidi Rice

Genre: Series, Harlequin Presents, Current Series Imprints

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Kate Denton can't believe she's in Las Vegas -- in hotel owner Zack Boudreaux's office in her bra and underwear. She thought she came on a business trip, but her boss had other ideas. Now she has no clothes and no money to get home. Zack suggests they have a few days of fun, and he'll see that she gets home. They compromise. She'll work as his personal assistant during the day, and the nights are for them. The arrangement seems ideal, until Kate starts to fall in love, and Zack wants no part of it. Heidi Rice nicely sets up a seductive cat-and-mouse game. At first it seems
that The Tycoon's Very Personal Assistant (3) will be all surface, but then it digs beyond to paint a vivid picture of
two people scared to fall in love because
of past hurts.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: September 2008

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4.5 Stars

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