The Right Kind of Man

The Right Kind of Man HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO A working relationship Lorimer wanted an efficient reliable PA preferable one who could type Skye Henderson didn t seem to fit any of these criteria but he didn t have any ot

  • Title: The Right Kind of Man
  • Author: Jessica Hart
  • ISBN: 9780263786989
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO A working relationship Lorimer wanted an efficient, reliable PA, preferable one who could type Skye Henderson didn t seem to fit any of these criteria, but he didn t have any other options Skye had run away from man trouble in one town only to run smack into Lorimer Kingan Luckily, Skye didn t go for tall, dark and handsome types especially wHOLDING OUT FOR A HERO A working relationship Lorimer wanted an efficient, reliable PA, preferable one who could type Skye Henderson didn t seem to fit any of these criteria, but he didn t have any other options Skye had run away from man trouble in one town only to run smack into Lorimer Kingan Luckily, Skye didn t go for tall, dark and handsome types especially when they were her boss Lorimer seemed highly suspicious about her qualifications So she d told a couple of white lies, so what Being a PA couldn t be all that difficult Could it

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    1. more 3.5*The heroine is the epitome of the ditzy, scatty blond. Impractical, frivolous, and lacking any real work skills. Despite that she is fun loving, people oriented, kind and adorable. She has great people skills but can't keep a job and even tho employers like her they generally fire her because she causes too much chaos. She applies for a job as a PA to a very straight laced, dour Scotsman. She totally lies about her work experience and work skills. He's not really fooled for a moment but [...]

    2. When looking at a title and drawing a blank even though you know you've read it at some point, I usually will automatically rate it a 3 because it was probably meh, not terrible and not outstanding. I read this book awhile back and remember that I quite enjoyed it. Stereotypical blond wants to impress a man and lies about a proffessional job she had aquired in Scotland, where said man coincidentally is also working. She lies at her interview and gets the job by the skin of her teeth, even though [...]

    3. Its locality is Scotland so that makes it great. I almost was not going to read it but then I wanted to get it off my shelves. It was humorous and the female character is just a really excentic woman

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