How To Be the Perfect Girlfriend [NOOK Book]

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How far would you go to land the perfect man?

Payroll assistant Sara Lipton is tired of coasting through relationships. She has to figure out whether to live her life fabulously married or contentedly single. But before she decides, she has to learn how to attract the perfect man. And VP Simon Northrup is definitely perfect. Even though he might be out of her league, he's still the right guy to "practice" on….

Simon has never met a woman like ...

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How To Be the Perfect Girlfriend

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Overview


How far would you go to land the perfect man?

Payroll assistant Sara Lipton is tired of coasting through relationships. She has to figure out whether to live her life fabulously married or contentedly single. But before she decides, she has to learn how to attract the perfect man. And VP Simon Northrup is definitely perfect. Even though he might be out of her league, he's still the right guy to "practice" on….

Simon has never met a woman like Sara. One minute she's an engaging innocent, the next a sassy sex goddess—he just never knows what to expect from her. What he does know is that he wants to get to know her better—much better. And after Sara seduces him senseless, Simon realizes she's the woman for him. Too bad he doesn't know that for Sara this is just a trial run….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460372074
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,285,579
  • File size: 454 KB

Meet the Author

Heather MacAllister has written over forty-five romance novels, which have been translated into 26 languages and published in dozens of countries. She's won a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award, RT Book Reviews awards for best Harlequin Romance and best Harlequin Temptation, and is a three-time Romance Writers of America RITA® Award finalist. You can visit her at www.HeatherMacAllister.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2004

    Very enjoyable book

    Tired of failed relationships, payroll assistant Sara Lipton enlists the help of her friends. She needs help with choosing and attracting the right kind of man, and then keeping his attention once she¿s got it. They decide that the perfect person for her to practice on is company vice-president Simon Northrup. Simon¿s not looking for a relationship because his life is already too full and too complicated. When his father was dying, he promised the man that he would help his stepmother with raising his preteen stepsister. This promise was a result of Simon¿s feelings of guilt for ignoring his stepsister, and his stepmother knows how to play on those guilty feelings (a stepmother, by the way, who was Simon¿s college sweetheart and when he took her home to meet the folks¿girlfriend and Dad hit it off a little too well). Sara and Simon are very strong, likable characters. The book had a good opening, great pacing throughout, and was very well written. This was my first Heather MacAllister book, but it definitely won¿t be my last. I did think that Sara¿s friend, Hayden, was a distraction from the story. I found her somewhat unlikable, but at the same time I was intrigued by her (I wondered what made her the kind of person that she is and if that would ever change and what it would take to make her change). Basically, I found myself focusing too much time and attention on this character, and that was time and attention that I should have spent focusing on Sara and Simon. However, now I¿m wondering if Hayden is going to get her own book. If so, I¿d definitely buy it.

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