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Gilded Secrets (Harlequin Desire Series #2168)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2012

    Golden heart

    I liked the store but i wished for the golden heart to continue its story i was upset it ended i a couple of pages

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 20, 2012

    Here is a summer get away story to enjoy

    if you summer plans include staying close to home but you're thinking getaway for a little while, this story could be right for you.
    It's easy reading,the characters have some very pleasing qualities that make you want to root for them.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    4 STARS The Highest Bidder is a continuity with six different au

    4 STARS The Highest Bidder is a continuity with six different authors. Gilded Secrets is the first book. It is a Harlequin Desire so thier are love scenes. The story was good and I look forward to next in the series to see where it goes. Gilded Secrets takes place in the auction house Waverly's. On the day news about the CEO Ann Richardson hits the paper that she had an affair with their competer Dalton Rothschild. Vance Waverly the senior board member and one of the last Waverly still at the auction house, secatary is being blackmailed. Charlotte Potter had only been Vance's assistant for a week now. She has been at Waverly's since she came to New York. She wants to move up and provide for her baby boy. She loves how they have daycare in the building. She feels that Vance is waiting to fire her. She knows that he gave her this position when the board member she was working for retired. She gets an email that says he wants her to get him files from the company or he will tell all about her history before she came to New York and get her son taken away from her. Charlotte has no family left. She does not want to steal from the company but feels if her past comes to light she will be fired. How can she pay for a lawyer to protect her son. She does not even know who the father is. He lied to her even his name is a lie. She tries to stall as long as she can till she can figure out what to do. Vance regrets hiring Charlotte because she is beautiful and young and she draws his attention away from work. With all of the media attention he wonders if some one is spying on them. He notices Charlotte is acting guilty always jumping when he comes into her office. His half brother suggests he romances her to find out quickly if she is spying on them. It does not take him long to go along with the idea. It does not answer all the questions the book asks we will have to read the others to know them. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley. 06/26/2012 PUB Harlequin Desire

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