Wife for a Week
Wanted: Wife for one weekNicholas Cooper needs to produce a wife for his Hong Kong business deal to go without a hitch, and Hallie Bennett is beautiful and intelligent enough to pull it off. She needs the money, and Nicholas swears he'll be a perfect gentlemanRule #1: displays of affection in... show more
Wanted: Wife for one weekNicholas Cooper needs to produce a wife for his Hong Kong business deal to go without a hitch, and Hallie Bennett is beautiful and intelligent enough to pull it off. She needs the money, and Nicholas swears he'll be a perfect gentlemanRule #1: displays of affection in public onlyKeeping their hands on each other in public turns out to be surprisingly easy. It's keeping them off in private that becomes the problemAnd that's not the only very inconvenient complication...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 7th 2007
Pages no: 186
Edition language: English
Series: Bennett Family (#1)
This has been languishing on my Kindle for a while, and I totally forgot that I purchased it. I rediscovered it while browsing through my Kindle library, and thinking that there is no time like the present, I downloaded it and promptly began reading it. I was in mood for something quick and relative...
loved just about everything about it, particularly the banter.
Rating 4.5 stars Loved the book. It had right amount of humor and sexual tension. The hero and heroine meet when his mother walks in a store where she is selling shoes while trying to put herself through school. I loved the arrangment these two had, he had a big business deal coming up and the guy's...
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This was a really good story.The heroine is strong, independent and able to stand up for herself. She's funny, even if she doesn't mean to be, throughout the whole story. The hero knows what he wants, but doesn't force or browbeat the heroine into doing as he wants. The hero wants a temporary 'wife'...