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The Honeymoon House [Kindle Edition]

Patty Salier
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IT WAS ALMOST LIKE BEING MARRIED

When Danielle Ford was forced to live with her arrogant and sexy colleague, she anticipated that Paul Richards would get under her skin—but never under her sheets! Despite the fact that they were all wrong for each other, they seemed destined to make the most passionate of mistakes….

BUT WITHOUT THE HASSLE?

Paul knew that Danielle would never tolerate their "arrangement" for very long. He'd never been a forever kind of guy, but now that Danielle had decided that he wasn't Mr. Right, he was going to enjoy showing her how wrong she was!


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Thanks to her sister, Danielle Ford has an interview with Mr. Harrington to show him the sketches of the honeymoon house she has designed specifically for him. And if he likes her work on the house, Danielle hopes Mr. Harrington will hire her as the architect for his children's library. Paul Richards never met Danielle Ford, yet he was the contractor who worked on her first job and though he worked from the prints and it was a disaster, Paul swore he'd never work with her again. Danielle's meeting with Mr. Harrington is interrupted and while she is waiting for him to return, a man enters the office to see Danielle pull off her pantyhose. He gets an eye full of Danielle and he likes what he sees. Danielle also likes what she sees and just as Paul is about to introduce himself, Mr. Harrington returns and does the introductions. Neither one of them can believe it! They don't want to work with each other, but the decision has been made. And to make matters worse, after construction begins, the house is vandalized. To save the project, Danielle and Paul move into the trailer to keep an eye on things. Danielle and Paul can't seem to keep their hands off each, other but every time they come 'this close' someone interrupts them....until finally.... Danielle wants a family with a man who doesn't put his interests first, like her former boyfriend and co-worker did. But Paul has bad memories of his childhood and family, and he thinks he will be a bachelor forever. And before he and Danielle even met, Paul and Mr. Harrington made a business arrangement with another architect to build the library. Paul and Danielle's personal relationship is soaring until their business relationship gets tangled up and when the honeymoon house is finished, it looks like Paul and Danielle's relationship is too. The library architect is having problems, and Paul knows Danielle's plan for the library is superior. He has already lost Danielle, but if he puts her first and his business interest last, will he lose his partnership with Mr. Harrington too? They are summoned to Mr. Harrington's honeymoon house for lunch, but they get what neither one of them expected. Patty Salier's characters are so real. Their internal conflicts are as strong as the external ones and this makes them human.Intense lust leads to intense romance in The Honeymoon House! Fun, fast reading! Ms. Salier has a believable plot and the action moves swiftly so there's never a dull moment! Keep your eyes on Patty Salier, she is on a meteoric rise in the world of romance fiction!Gloria Miller -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times

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  • File Size: 317 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Treasury-Silhouette Desire 90s (July 15, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0056HO8PU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,277,328 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Competing architects fall in lust! January 5, 1999
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Never, ever, confuse this overwrought, oversexed, sophmoric effort with Grace Livingston Hill's book of the same title! Architects Danielle Ford and Paul Richards fall into instant lust each time they encounter one another. Naturally, they are rivals for the same building contract, so this causes severe professional as well as personal problems. The sexual encounters are similar to those prevalent in pornography meant for male readers; they don't make a whole lot of sense, they just happen. Over and over and over again! They become tedious, they don't do much to advance the already rather rudimentary plot, and they are neither erotic nor titillating (didn't mean to pun.... ) The author's names for body parts ("hard knobs", "flaming nipples", "mountainous flesh") tend to make one gag rather than arouse. How do books like this get published...? (Unfortunately, Amazon doesn't doesn't allow for NO STARS!)
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This reader refuses to believe that ANYONE would want to read about a "heroine" who goes to her job as a professional architect and does not wear any underwear because it is "a hot day". Ugh. Cardboard, idiotic characters, lame plotting, and laugh-out-loud ridiculous descriptions ("flaming nipples"?) make this a book to avoid at all costs. No wonder people laugh at romance novels. This kind of stuff gives the genre a bad name.
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