Not Just the Boss's Plaything / A Devil In Disguise

Not Just the Boss's Plaything / A Devil In Disguise Not Just the Boss s Plaything A very personal performance plan From the moment Alicia Teller tripped and fell into Nikolai Korovin s arms, her iron clad control started to slip While Alicia s tantalizing curves might drive Nikolai to distraction, business and pleasure are not two things this legendary tycoon has ever mixed until now A Devil in Disguise Playing with fire Drusilla Bennett s job from hell will soon be over Ready to take her life back, she plucks up the courage to say I quit But nothing and no one has ever taken Cayo Vila by surprise, and he s not going to let Dru go quite so easily

10 thoughts on “Not Just the Boss's Plaything / A Devil In Disguise

  1. Carol Storm Carol Storm says:

    He was a kick boxer from Russia, a savage with the soul of a wolf and eyes icier than the perpetually frozen snows of the endless tundra.She was the only one who could tame him, she with her laughing eyes and curly black hair, and her need to be clever and funny and warm when he assured her again and again that he could not feel anything at al

  2. Eve Eve says:

    In Not Just The Boss s Plaything the heroine, Alicia literally falls into Nikolai in a club, and goes to bed with him as soon as they meet what s the hurry Alicia is complex having a terrible opinion of herself She had had sex with the married man father of three, btw The hero, Nikolai also has a self image problem and he basically feels he is

  3. Susan in Perthshire Susan in Perthshire says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I loved Nikolai s story He and Alicia are a brilliant couple and I was delighted at the way their story developed I am surprised at some of the negative reviews, but then we re all different and it would be so boring if we all liked exactly the same things For me, Ca

  4. Lb Lb says:

    Not Just a Boss Plaything I had qualms about this story after reading some of the reviews But It turned out great The heroine is not really promiscuous Think about it just like some teenagers, she was partying and drinking which got her in trouble She s not proud of herself and has turned her life around based on her mistakes The hero s story is

  5. Diane Diane says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads first reads contest.This book contains two novels Not Just the Boss s Playting and A Devil in DisguiseNot Just the Boss s Plaything Has interesting and fascinating characters an intense, edgy and passionate plot It is the main reason I give this book a rating of 4 stars as I liked this novel muchthan the 2nd one.A De

  6. Christine Christine says:

    Loved the tension in this story Thankfully, no tiresome unsullied, perfect virgin, but a woman whose actions years ago held profound consequences that still dictated her current day actions Loved the mouth on her, though at times I didn t like seeming powerlessness, while she went along with what the H dictated Loved the flawed hero,though, and tha

  7. Sonotjade Sonotjade says:

    Finally a heroine as we might find in real life instead of the usual shy introvert virgins Gotta say it s been a while since I read a Harlequin book I started finding them kind of repetitive and boring.But that one muy bueno Tons of angst, a tormented hero, a heroine with an awesome personality Loved it

  8. Louisa P Louisa P says:

    I m not having the greatest of months with M B Crews is a fantastic author and she always reels me in from page one but the heroine s past behaviour killed this one for me The topic was possibly too close to home so I ll leave it at that I m not having the greatest of months with MB Crews is a fantastic author and she always reels me in from page one

  9. Rgreader Rgreader says:

    Didn t care the heroine had a promiscuous past So dnf.I did like the hero tho The prose was compelling I just have no tolerance in HPs for heroines with a she ho past or present I see that in real life and don t want to read it in fiction.

  10. Annie Burrows Annie Burrows says:

    I only wish I d read the previous tale about this delicious hero s brother.

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