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Expecting the Boss's Baby

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  • Posted October 26, 2010

    Don't miss this next addison to the Bravo Family ties series.

    Expecting The Boss's Baby --- Silhouette Special Edition # 2077 --- November 2010 --- Christine Rimmer --- The sixteenth book of the "Bravo Family Ties" series. --- Zoe Bravo wanted this interview for this job at "Great Escapes" travel magazine to go well. Zoe had never ever stayed with anything for very long. She that tried going to several different college, but had never stayed with any long enough to get a degree. So, she had to get this job. Dax Girard was trying to get across to Zoe that if she did a great job as being his assistant that would be fine. But he would not have an affair with Zoe nor would he allow her to take photographs for the magazine. Dax decides to give Zoe a two week trial period. If everything worked out then she could stay as his assistant. Zoe will do everything possible; even invent a fiancé to get this job, and she would ignore the feeling she was having for her new boss. ---- Zoe was just what Dax needed as an assistant, except he was having a hard time keeping his hands off of her. A few weeks later, when they were stranded in the jungle for several days, not knowing if they would survive. Their feelings became more then they could control. What will happen with the reminder that they return home from the jungle? --- Christine Rimmer gives another story of the Bravo family that will keep you turning pages. The attraction between Dax and Zoe almost makes this book too hot to handle. Watch for Abilene Bravo's story "Donovan's Child" coming in February 2011 in Silhouette Special Edition.

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  • Posted February 19, 2011

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    Great Adventure Romance

    Not a typical city romance in the sense that the setting is not an office or home, the pregnancy is a wonderful outcome of a less than great time together. Zoe gets this interview because her mother knows Dax from the charity affair she chaired. Dax was high bidder for the custom motorcycle Jericho Bravo had designed and built for that event. Zoe is thought of as the "looking for herself" Bravo, she hasn't completed college yet and doesn't look like she will/wants to. Her family loves to tease her about it, and she hates that she just hasn't found the job she really WANTS until she gets this chance to interview for Dax's assistant.

    Dax Girard is a billionaire adventurer and magazine owner, Great Escapes, is the magazine about his adventures as well as all the exotic locations to travel to in the world. He seems to have admin-assistants who fall in love with him and that's not what he needs he makes it clear to Zoe during the interview that he just can't have another assistant do that and Zoe understands and is happy to believe she won't. They get through the interview and Zoe gets the job!

    Dax does find himself taken with his new assistant! She gets the job done with little effort it seems and is just great! She's got a destination in Mexico for his Stoplight article in the magazine. He wants to impress her so they fly, in his Cessna 400, but things go wrong and Zoe proves she's a survivalist. She and Dax become so close.

    When they return to Texas Zoe said things would go back to the way they were before Mexico and she going to do if it's the last thing she does but Dax doesn't feel that way. Great love story and so enjoyable!

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