"A delightful romp"
Jane Stanford is tired of being a victim of sexual
harassment. On her last job, she reacted to co-worker Phil
Johnson's clumsy, disconcerting sexual advances by
blackening his eye, but she was found at fault and fired.
So this time when she starts her new job, she fakes a
marriage so no male will unprofessionally bother her.
However, Jane wants to reconsider her sham husband upon
meeting her new boss, sexy Spencer Tate. She wants him in
her bed and he feels the same way about her. However,
Spence knows what happened to Jane on her last job and
besides refuses to hit on a married woman even if cold
showers fail to cool his ardor.
Though why Phil apparently was not disciplined for sexual
harassing Jane seems strange in light of both having to
explain his black eye, fans will enjoy this romance. The
story line is intelligently developed in such a manner that
the reader feels the sexual tension of the lead couple as
much as the wariness to go forth and do wonderful things
together. Nancy Warren is at the top of her game with this
delightful tale of the boardroom vs. the bedroom.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 29, 2003