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The Paris Type (Harlequin Presents)

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Rachel wasn't at all amused when her high-handed playboy boss Silas Tredeger suddenly decided to find her attractive and ask her to marry him. For three years he had treated her with as much enthusiasm as an efficient piece of office furniture! Yet her furious protests seemed to count for nothing, and within a month Rachel found herself ruthlessly manipulated into a situation which could only lead to humiliation and heartache. For she was well aware that Silas's offer was motivated by pure expediency and that he hopeless attraction for him made her intensely vulnerable to his mocking games with her feelings.

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Infatuated with her playboy boss Silas Tredegar after being his personal assistant for three years, Rachael James was surprised and not impressed however, to be suddenly noticed and offered marriage, guessing that there was some fishy business going on.

The Paris Type (Harlequin Presents)

This edition was published in by Harlequin Presents


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Rachel wasn't at all amused when her high-handed playboy boss Silas Tredeger suddenly decided to find her attractive and ask her to marry him. For three years he had treated her with as much enthusiasm as an efficient piece of office furniture! Yet her furious protests seemed to count for nothing, and within a month Rachel found herself ruthlessly manipulated into a situation which could only lead to humiliation and heartache. For she was well aware that Silas's offer was motivated by pure expediency and that he hopeless attraction for him made her intensely vulnerable to his mocking games with her feelings.

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OL10741431M
Internet Archive
paristypeharlequ00
ISBN 10
0373186029
ISBN 13
9780373186020
OCLC/WorldCat
31626850
Library Thing
9202297
Goodreads
6009368

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