A Night of Living Dangerously (Mills & Boon Modern)
Publish date: January 20th 2012
Publisher: Mills & Boon
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
This is a series romance book that is just....well....HOT! The characters are Lilley Smith, former heir to a company that competes with the one she currently works for...and yes - her boss Prince Alessandro Caetani who is quite the hothead. The book starts out with him finding her hiding in his o...
Jennie Lucas is the author to reach for when you want the high drama quotient and the fairy tale vibe to your Harlequin Presents. Lilley is so starry-eyed, it will probably make a more cynical reader roll her eyes. I didn't mind it so much. I think that if I'm in the mood, it works for the story. I ...
This was a book filled with sweet moments, angsty goodness moments, hit hero in the head moments and more. I liked this book even though at the end Alessandro was a class A jerk. The way he made up for it was a bit ridiculous but sweet. It fit with the heroine.
This was not my favorite book by this author, his behaviour with the heroine was despicable, he found her crying in the office, took her on a date to make the heroine's cheating boyfriend jealous, took her innocence and then ignored her as he said he would, fired her and found her a job somewhere el...