Boss'S Virgin (9 To 5) (Harlequin Presents) by Charlotte Lamb

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By Charlotte Lamb

Randal Harding… even though Pippa refused to get entangled with him while she labored for him as his secretary, she's by no means fairly been capable of disregard her ex-boss.

Now Randal is again and is popping Pippa's well prepared existence the wrong way up; he wishes her! yet Pippa cannot allow her limitations drop. She tells herself that each one the issues that have been opposed to them then nonetheless carry real now. even if, Randal is set to turn out no less than one thing—that Pippa wishes him, too!

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He began to follow Tom and Pippa turned her head away, face hidden by the high collar of her velvet jacket. She sensed the other driver bending to stare at her and closed her eyes, hoping he couldn't see her clearly. ' he asked Tom, who was looking into his glove compartment for his documents. ' Tom looked at her. ' 'Just tired,' she whispered huskily, not turning or lifting her head. But she still felt the probe of the other man's grey eyes and her heart beat like a metronome. 'I'll get you home as soon as I can, darling,' Tom murmured, brushing a strand of her rich chestnut hair back from her forehead.

Her head buzzed with distressed questions. What was he doing here? Come to that, what had he been doing outside the bridal shop? What was going on? First the accident; now he'd turned up while she was trying on her bridal coronet What was Fate up to? 'She's fainted again,' the assistant said. 'Oh, dear. Do you think she's really ill? She's very pale. Should I ring for an ambulance? ' 'No, I don't think she's ill; she's just playing dead,' said the deep, cool voice she remembered so well. How dared he?

The door shut again; he was gone, leaving Pippa breathless. Well, that hadn't been a good beginning, had it? She wouldn't have left a very favourable impression on him. And she had been so keen to impress him! Hurriedly she made him coffee, got a few biscuits from the tin kept in the cupboard where the coffee-making equipment was stored, laid a tray, collected her pad and several pens, and went through to his office. That first session with Randal was tense and anxious; she was terrified of making a mistake.

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