[PDF] Mistress Contract By Helen Brooks – Rvtrek.info

Mistress Contract Title is nothing to do with the story These english language writers need to look up the meaning of the words like mistress before they use them in abundance. I wasn t convinced he loved her. Sweet girl, handsome boy Sweet lady got her charming boss wrapped around her finger in the end Isn t that what it is all about Passion on the agenda Conrad Quentin was equally famed for his ruthless business deals and devastating good looks Sephy encountered the full force of these charms from day one of her new job as Conrad s secretary Sephy didn t want an office affair, but Conrad proposed a deal if she agreed to date him, he d be the perfect gentleman until her temporary contract with him ended Then he planned to make her his mistress, or. Ok Definitely better than the other one There s still too much page spend inside the head of the heroine but not as annoying Will probably try another book from this author. Great story The only problem is the stupid title as the the story is nothing like it Does Harlequin have a list of cliched titles to cover every plot The girl was gorgeous, truly gorgeous, and was obviously the latest string to Conrad s well used and energetic bow Excellent quote. Passion On The Agenda Conrad Quentin Was Equally Famed For His Ruthless Business Deals And Devastating Good Looks Sephy Encountered The Full Force Of These Charms From Day One Of Her New Job As Conrad S Secretary Sephy Didn T Want An Office Affair, But Conrad Proposed A Deal If She Agreed To Date Him, He D Be The Perfect Gentleman Until Her Temporary Contract With Him Ended Then He Planned To Make Her His Mistress, Or

About the Author: Helen Brooks

Rita Bradshaw was born on 1949 in Northampton, England, where she was educated as a good Christian She met Clive, her husband, at the age of 16 andnow the magic is still there They have three lovely children, Cara, Faye, and Benjamin, and have always had a menagerie of animals in the house, which at the present is confined to two endearing and very comical dogs who would make a great double act on TV The children, friends, and pets all keep the house buzzing and the food cupboards empty but Helen wouldn t have it any other way She still lives today in Northampton with her family Although having enjoyed some wonderful holidays abroad she has never been tempted to live anywhere else, although she rather likes the idea of a holiday home close to the sea one day.Being a committed Christian and fervent animal lover she finds spare time is always at a premium, but long walks in the countryside with her husband and dogs, meals out followed by the cinema or theatre, reading, swimming, and having friends over for dinner are all fitted in somehow She also enjoys sitting in her wonderfully therapeutic, rambling old garden in the sun with a glass of red wine, under the guise of resting while thinking of course For years, she was a secretary She began writing in 1990 as she approached that milestone of a birthday 40 She realized her two teenage ambitions writing a novel and learning to drive had been lost amid babies and hectic family life, so set about resurrecting them.Her first novel was for Mills and Boon and was accepted after one rewrite in 1992 as Helen Brooks, and she passed her driving test the former was a joy and the latter an unmitigated nightmare She has written 50 novels as well as several sagas as Rita Bradshaw.Since becoming a full time writer she has found her occupation one of pure joy and often surprised when her characters develop a mind of their own but she loves exploring what makes people tick and finds the old adage truth is stranger than fiction to be absolutely true She would love to hear from any readers care of Mills Boon.

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