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A self-made millionaire and a misunderstanding lead to an irresistible attraction between Lucas and Caroline....

Lucas Vieira needs a translator to seal a high-profile business deal, and also a woman to pose as his girlfriend to fend off a colleague's over-eager wife - so why not kill two birds with one stone? Translator Caroline Hamilton jumps at the chance to earn some decent money. But when she meets her client she realises she may be out of her depth. The powerful Brazilian seems to be interested in more than her brains.... But is the price of passion just too high?

©2011 Sandra Myles (P)2012 WF Howes

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  • KatieV
  • NC, United States
  • 05-12-14

Nothing wrong, just prefer more HP Crazy

I liked this and thought the narrator did an excellent job. The meowing cracked me up.

Honestly I mostly picked it up because my husband has the same last name. A lot of Portuguese settled in Hawaii where my father in law is from and I think it's a fairly common surname. Anyway it was a sweet read with likeable characters. The misunderstanding was understandable and quite comical at times. Loved the cat. Great for a light read with a bit of angst at the end. Only reason I gave the story 3 stars is that I'm one of those that reads HPs for the WTF crazy factor. The H in this was actually able to reason once he calmed down and thought logically.

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