Memo: Marry Me?

Memo Marry Me When I agreed to be Zach Swift s secretary I was expecting demanding and high flying not seriously gorgeous and generous I usually don t like working in an office because of how the accident affecte

  • Title: Memo: Marry Me?
  • Author: Jennie Adams
  • ISBN: 9780373039531
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • When I agreed to be Zach Swift s secretary, I was expecting demanding and high flying not seriously gorgeous and generous I usually don t like working in an office, because of how the accident affected my memory, but with Zach it feels different And now he s asked me to go on a business trip with him Nine to five is hard enough for me to hide my feelings, and Zach s bouWhen I agreed to be Zach Swift s secretary, I was expecting demanding and high flying not seriously gorgeous and generous I usually don t like working in an office, because of how the accident affected my memory, but with Zach it feels different And now he s asked me to go on a business trip with him Nine to five is hard enough for me to hide my feelings, and Zach s bound to guess that I m not as perfect as he seems to think I am And he s also mentioned he has a proposal for me I m meeting him for dinner tonight Wish me luck Lily Kellaway

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    1. Leído el 02/06/2010TE QUIERES CASAR CONMIGO?RESUMEN: Cuando Lily Kellaway aceptó ser la secretaria de Zach Swift esperaba encontrarse con un jefe exigente y arrogante… pero Zach era guapo y generoso. Desde el accidente Lily no había querido trabajar en oficinas por su mala memoria, pero con Zach todo era diferente. ¡Y entonces le pidió que lo acompañara en un viaje de negocios! Ya le resultaba difícil esconder sus sentimientos de nueve a cinco… Zach no tardaría en descubrir que no er [...]

    2. It was okay, but slow. After working with individuals with traumatic brain injuries for 5 years and then helping individuals with disabilities obtain employment for another 4 years, I find it difficult that a survivor would have such difficulties with sharing her limitations. That's one of the major things that is discussed while an individual is in rehab.Include the fact that it was such a short time since her injury, and not only was she successfully living on her own, while starting and runni [...]

    3. Such a sweet little Harlequin! This is my first book by this author, but it won't be my last. She's really great at that oh-so-cheesy ultram sweetness that I so dearly love to wallow in every once in awhile.A fun, light read that I would definitely recommend.

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