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

By Charlotte Lamb

Randal Harding… although Pippa refused to become involved with him while she labored for him as his secretary, she's by no means really been in a position to omit her ex-boss.

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

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Shock, she thought, looking away hurriedly. Returning to her bedroom, she got between the sheets and switched off the light. The cottage only had two bedrooms and a bathroom; downstairs there was a comfortable sitting room and the kitchen, with its small dining nook at one end. Her firm had helped her with the purchase; the price had been very low because the place had needed so much work. It had been occupied for years by an eccentric old man. He had left the cottage more or less as it had been when he'd inherited it from his father forty years earlier, she'd been told by the estate agent.

She got an immediate impression of height and dark, brooding good looks. He looked surprised too, staring at her. ' She didn't like his curt tone. Coldly, she answered, 'I work here. ' She gulped. Oh, no! She should have guessed. She had known he would be back at work today. ' he asked. 'Bring a pad, too. ' 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!

She wanted to yell, scream, hit him, but the hotel doorman had appeared behind him, magnificent in livery dripping with gold braid, smiling an obsequious welcome, and she was too embarrassed to make a scene in front of such an audience. 'I can't. Let me go,' she said instead, very quietly, still hanging on to the seat. 'Let me help you,' he blandly murmured, and the next second he had taken her by the waist and was lifting her out of the taxi. Keeping his arm around her, he guided her up the steps into the hotel foyer while the doorman closed the taxi door and followed them.

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