Lieutenant Cade Grant is rugged and gorgeous, but his heart is as hard as they come.
Innocent Liv needs work fast; if she has to be housekeeper to the brooding lieutenant then so be it!
Soon Cade wants his virginal maid between his sheets, not washing them. The job vacancy's now in his bed--and Cade'll teach her all she needs to know....
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|Title of eBook: Housekeeper at His Beck and Call|
|Release Date: 10-01-2008|
|Publisher: Harlequin Presents|
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Housekeeper at His Beck and Call
Thinking publicity would help raise awareness of his campaign, he had agreed, and now he found himself sitting in the glare of camera lights, while a girl with dirty toenails and an earnest air snapped a clapperboard in his facewhich was doing nothing for his blood pressure. 'That's it,' he said, standing up.
'But, Lieutenant Colonel Grant Cade.' She clearly thought that using his first name might soften him. She was destined to fail. 'You haven't finished interviewing the prospective candidates for the post of ' she paused for dramatic effect ' Housekeeper to a Hero'
'If you mean the stooges'
The earnest one's eyes gleamed. ''No one else turned up And so in order to prevent the interview from being a complete disaster, I provided'
'Stooges from your team? Yes, I know.' He pushed his chair back. And now you can all pack up and go home; this interview is over.'
He stood at his full height, knowing that with the top of his head brushing the beams he was an intimidating sight. He should have known it was a mistake to let anyone into his life, and that it was just an excuse to pry. The only reason he'd done it this time was because he'd hoped television coverage would promote his scheme to turn Featherstone Hall into a rehabilitation centre for returning soldiers; a service he was determined to expand throughout the country. But the reporter was only interested in graphic stories of heroics, with plenty of blood and gor...
Title: Housekeeper at His Beck and Call
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 1 Review(s)
1 of 3 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I didn't like this book at all, in fact I couldn't
August 18, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Sydney, AU
I didn't like this book at all, in fact I couldn't even finish it. It was very badly written with no attention to detail whatsoever and the paragraphs didn't seem to flow which all made the story highly confusing. It felt more like I was reading a collection of notes the author had written to herself rather than a finished book. There was too much attention given to the desire between the h/h rather than the developing relationship or even the development of a storyline. The heroine is immature and flighty, and the hero is too wrapped up in his demons and desire. Don't waste your time reading this one!
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