Her Secret Lover [NOOK Book]

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DREAM LOVER

She knew it was ridiculous, but Martha Cooper was in love with her boss. She, however, was a mousy accountant while Blake Robey was gorgeous, sexy, a dream-come-true. In fact, Martha had had a very unusual, very erotic dream about the two of them…and ever since her fantasy, nothing in her life had been the same. To her amazement, Blake began looking at her with passion in his eyes and seduction on...

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Her Secret Lover

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Overview


DREAM LOVER

She knew it was ridiculous, but Martha Cooper was in love with her boss. She, however, was a mousy accountant while Blake Robey was gorgeous, sexy, a dream-come-true. In fact, Martha had had a very unusual, very erotic dream about the two of them…and ever since her fantasy, nothing in her life had been the same. To her amazement, Blake began looking at her with passion in his eyes and seduction on his mind…

REAL LOVER

And then she and Blake made mad, wonderful, incredible love. But he was still the boss and still the completely wrong kind of man for her. Except something was pulling them together. Could it be love? Impossible. But a girl could dream….

"Judith Arnold delivers superb sensual tension, a sexy hero and…a touching love story."—Romantic Times

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459257696
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 8/22/2011
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 260 KB

Meet the Author


Judith Arnold has written more than eighty novels. Her novel Love In Bloom’s was honored as a best book of the year by Publishers Weekly, and she has won many Reviewers Choice Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews. Her Superromance Barefoot In The Grass has appeared on the recommended reading lists of cancer support groups and hospitals.
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  • Posted July 16, 2014

    DREAM LOVER She knew it was ridiculous, but Martha Cooper was in

    DREAM LOVER
    She knew it was ridiculous, but Martha Cooper was in love with her boss. She, however, was a mousy accountant while Blake Robey was gorgeous, sexy, a dream-come-true. In fact, Martha had had a very unusual, very erotic dream about the two of them...and ever since her fantasy, nothing in her life had been the same. To her amazement, Blake began looking at ther with passion in his eyes and seduction on his mind...

    REAL LOVER
    And then she and Blake made mad, wonderful, incredible love. But he was still the boss and still the completely wrong kind of man for her. Except something was pulling them together. Could it be love? Impossible. But a girl could dream...

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