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  • Posted March 24, 2013

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    Emma O┬┐Rourke is the personal assistant to Mariah Kent, the matr

    Emma O’Rourke is the personal assistant to Mariah Kent, the matriarch of Kent Hotels. Emma has always been quietly efficient. She does her job well and never indulges in outrageous fantasies.
    Perhaps that’s why the sudden attentions of Gideon Kent, Mariah’s grandson, seem a little too good to be true. Gideon is tall and good looking. He barely has to enter a room and all eyes immediately swing in his direction. For years, he’s been groomed to become Mariah’s heir, but secretly Gideon isn’t so certain that he wants the title.
    Nevertheless, it is a little amusing to show the very proper Miss O’Rourke how the other half lives. Gideon pours on the charm, purchasing a stunning blue dress for her and taking Emma out on the town. Unfortunately, however, Gideon has met his match. He quickly learns that Emma’s innocence and shy nature are no act. She’s the genuine article, stirring his protective instincts.
    To Emma, Gideon Kent is clearly the stuff of dreams. He’s much too rich and powerful for a girl of her status and Emma can’t believe that he’s paying her any attention. It all seems like some incredible dream. All Emma has to do is pinch herself and wake up to reality.
    Over the course of days, Emma falls in love with Gideon. If the man can only conquer his own demons, both of their dreams might indeed come true.

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