Enchantment in Venice

Enchantment in Venice Hollywood superstar Adam Wakeman was the man of every woman s dreams And he took full advantage of that fact He had made love to many glamorous gorgeous women but he depended on only one discreet d

  • Title: Enchantment in Venice
  • Author: Lucy Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780373536856
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hollywood superstar Adam Wakeman was the man of every woman s dreams And he took full advantage of that fact He had made love to many glamorous, gorgeous women, but he depended on only one discreet, dependable, unflappable Susie Chadwick.Other secretaries had come and gone, but Susie stayed, on the job by making herself immune to Adam s charismatic charm Until he askedHollywood superstar Adam Wakeman was the man of every woman s dreams And he took full advantage of that fact He had made love to many glamorous, gorgeous women, but he depended on only one discreet, dependable, unflappable Susie Chadwick.Other secretaries had come and gone, but Susie stayed, on the job by making herself immune to Adam s charismatic charm Until he asked her to bail him out of an embarrassing situation.He needed a stand in date to keep the press at bay On location in the bewitching city of Venice, Susie had to act as though she were madly in love with her boss But Susie wasn t an actress Too late, she admitted to herself that she wasn t just playing a part.

    One thought on “Enchantment in Venice”

    1. 3 stars. This book had its ups and downs. A very beta hero and a likeable heroine. The first half read quickly, the middle bogged down a bit, but it finished strong.

    2. probably 2.5 stars. I was a little so-so on the H. I kind of didn't like he was character - he was a bit of a big ass baby and the h had coddle and take care of him most of the time. The H was a big movie star and I guess thats how he was supposed to be but I was EH on him so that tainted my enjoyment of the story a bit. But in a whole the H wasn't that bad because he does change once he realizes he loves the h and even sacrifices something and so us reader know he suuuupppeeer loves the h but m [...]

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