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The Boss's Secret Mistress

by Alison Fraser

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The Boss’s Secret Mistress is the 13th romance novel by Alison Fraser. When American Lucas Ryecart takes over the UK publishing firm Tory Lloyd works for, she is completely unprepared for the physical effect he has on her. Trouble is, he seems to know it, and not only that, but Tory has some history with his brother-in-law as well. As Lucas pursues the unwilling Tory, plenty of snappy dialogue and quite a bit of hot sex ensue. This novel has an excellent plot, a feisty heroine, a strong male lead and some unexpected plot twists. This was one of the first Mills and Boon romances I read: it showed me just how enjoyable some of these novels are. They are never going to be capital L Literature, but they are great for a light read in between the heavier stuff. It’s still one of my favourite romance novels! What a pity Alison Fraser has written so few of these. ( )
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