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Seducing His Saviour/A Lesson In Seduction/Secret Seduction/In Bed With The Boss

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Seducing His Saviour/A Lesson In Seduction/Secret Seduction/In Bed With The Boss

by Susan Napier

Imprint: By Request

Release date: 20/02/2017

Pages: 600 Pages

ISBN: 9781489235268

A Lesson In Seduction

When Rosalind Marlow first met Luke James at the airport, he seemed quiet and a little shy. Definitely not the type to flirt — especially with a famous actress like her. But was he really as innocent as he seemed?

Roz decided he needed a lesson in flirtation — and she was going to be his teacher! Luke was a fast learner. In fact, Roz soon discovered that Luke didn’t need lessons at all and he could teach her plenty about the art of seduction!

Secret Seduction

Nina should be sympathetic towards the mysterious amnesiac man she’s rescued in a storm. After all, she knows what it’s like to lose one’s memory — two years are missing from her own life. She’s both drawn to him and strangely frightened by him...and why does he refuse to leave?

In Bed With The Boss
For three years, Kalera has been a model secretary to Duncan Royal, with only one hiccup in their otherwise perfect relationship: a one-night stand that should never have happened, and which both have tried to forget. Or so Kalera thought.

But Duncan is haunted by their one night of unbelievable passion, and secretly longs for their relationship to develop after office hours. Whatever it takes, Duncan intends to entice her into his bed once more — and this time it will be forever.

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Susan Napier

Susan Napier

Susan Napier was born (appropriately, for a romance writer) February 14, St. Valentine s Day, in Auckland, New Zealand. She was 11 years old when her first story was published — on the children's page of a daily newspaper — and from that time on she was a confirmed scribbler. By the time she graduated from high school she was determined to make writing her full-time career.Her first job was as a reporter at the Auckland Star, the city's leading evening newspaper. It was there that she met her archetypal hero, the newspaper's tall, dark, and handsome chief reporter, Englishman... more