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Miss Man-Eater

Miss Man-Eater

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by Marie Garner, Hot Tree Editing
Raquel Adams is in desperate need of a media makeover. Her already floundering reputation is made worse by her recent antics, and she doesn't seem to care. Raquel lives life on her own terms and doesn't answer to anyone, least of all Clayton Cox, the guy charged with making her a media darling. His take charge attitude is a problem for strong-willed Raquel, but she

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Miss Man-Eater 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
tinaleeharris More than 1 year ago
3 stars Let me start by saying that this was the first book that I have read by Author Maria Garner.  I enjoyed the story; thought it was a fun read although I did not connect with the main characters.  This is the second in this trilogy but there was enough background that you did not need to read the first book. Raquel Adams is a leading actress but with a sign around her neck that screens trouble for all men.  But in reality that is farthest from the truth.  She has allowed everyone to think that she is someone else.  Raquel never corrected anyone about the rumors that have run wild with her personal life.  But she is in need of a major image makeover; that is where Clayton Cox steps into her life. Clayton Cox is the go to man to help anyone clean up there image for the public.  He is the best at what he does.  And he plans to show Raquel Adams, just how good he is.  Although he has a rule of not getting involved personally with the clients, there is just something about Raquel that pulls as a spot inside Clayton that he hasn’t felt before.  But he tries his best to stick to this rule while Raquel does all she can to get him to break it. The plan for Raquel to start dating just one person and be seen with him, does not go as planned.  This causes Clayton to step in and be the “boyfriend” that she needs, for the cameras and fans to begin with but feelings and desires start to play havoc on his will to keep it personal. As they explore getting to know each other, Clayton does his best to keep the relationship out of the bedroom.  But he is a man after all.  Will Clayton be the one to tame the Man-Eater?