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Publisher's Summary

RITA Award finalist Fiona Harper pens sumptuous romances eagerly devoured by fans. Invitation to the Boss’s Ball stars Alice Morton, the owner of a vintage clothing store hired to organize a fashion show for a company owned by software tycoon Cameron Hunter. Although sparks fly between Alice and Cameron, she’s not quite sure a guy who dates supermodels is for her. But one dance soon changes everything.

©2009 Fiona Harper (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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The narrator makes the main character sound way to whiny. I really enjoy the author but will avoid the narrator in future.

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quick story needed more.

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It was a node idea. Old friends meet again. It mist needed more to the story.t

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The relationship needed more than just what they were thinking of each other.i

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I liked the reader.

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It was a good book not worth a verity though.