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Ungentlemanly Behaviour by Margaret Mayo
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Ungentlemanly Behaviour

by Margaret Mayo

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A powerful persuasionAbby Sommers is an excellent lawyer, with a particular interest in representing teenagers, so it's no surprise when she secures the case of young Greg Lane. At Greg's insistence she sets up a meeting with his father, arrogantly attractive millionaire Hallam Lane.Hallam has a big problem with Abby. For one thing, she's far too alluring to be taken seriously in court, and for another, he is convinced she has designs on his son. But Hallam has decided he wants her for himself, and he "never" takes no for an answer.… (more)
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Abby Sommers, a lawyer with no time for love.

Hallam Lane, a perfect gentleman to all women... except Abby.

Abby knew much about the law, but very little of love. Hallam had no time for professional women and, of course, he didn't want Abby to represent his son. She knew there was something in his past that prevented women love it, but still they could not avoid giving free rein to his passion....
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