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The Boss, the Baby and the Bride

by Day Leclaire

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IF I COULD GIVE THIS BOOK MORE STARS I WOULD... ITS FAIRY TALE TRUE & TRUE BUT WHO DOESN'T LOVE A GOOD FAIRY TALE ( )
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There was nowhere angels feared to tread...even the office!

Reed harding had gone through twelve secretaries in six months. It took a certain type of woman to work for the quick-tempered businessman. Someone like Angie Makepeace, for instance. Blond, beautiful and sassy--there was only one problem with secretary number thirteen that Reed could see: she was convinced she was his guardian angel!

She didn't look like an angel--hell, she didn't look much like a secretary. she claimed her mission was to find Reed a wife. But there was only one thing Reed wanted: to find the baby son or daughter he'd never known. That, and, of course, to seduce Angie Makepeace!
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