"Lady, I want you to stop seducing my son! Hell, what are you, 32, 34, Rob is 17..there's room for a whole other person!"
Thus in one of Nashville's poshest restaurants began a stream of threats against Stephanie Brandt along with a heavy hand 'mangling' her shoulder, followed by a bill shoved into the middle of her quiche by a big man wearing work boots, denim and a T-shirt with an obscene foreign word printed on it.
Until Quintin Ward stormed into her life with his threats and accusations, Stevie had not known his son Rob even existed., let alone was her mail room clerk.
When she's finally able to convince Quintin that she has no designs on his son, they embark on a campaign to squelch Rob's amorous ideas and fantasy love-life with his boss. But their very calculated risk backfires!
©1983, updated ebook 2011 Elaine Raco Chase (P)2012 Elaine Raco Chase
Mom, blogger, and lover of books.
This was funny and entertaining. Quintin accuses Stevie of having a relationship with his son, a teenage employee that she barely knows. Rob, the teen in question, has a huge crush on his boss and Dad hatches a plot to make his son sick of her. Of course Dad and the boss end up falling in love in the process. Neither wants to hurt Rob. They both have visions of teen suicide and runaways and are afraid their relationship will push him over the edge, so they sneak around behind his back. Sort of a silly plot, but it is funny. Stevie's dates with Rob are hilarious. The narrator does a great job with it. Very enjoyable.
I am not sure if this book would have been any better if someone else read it...narrater was awful the story not much better. Not worth the money, so glas I was able to return it! Couldn't even finish the book it was so awful.
Not sure I would even care to.
Anyone would have been better than her.
Whole story too unbelieveable.
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