Secret History of a Good Girl (Harlequin Presents Extra Series #188)

Secret History of a Good Girl (Harlequin Presents Extra Series #188)

by Aimee Carson
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Secret History of a Good Girl (Harlequin Presents Extra Series #188) by Aimee Carson

Miami hotel tycoon Paulo Domingues knows that beneath her Southern priss, his event planner Alyssa Hunt is all sass. Little Miss Prim has Paulo's inner rebel roaring to life—he's determined to seduce the fire out from behind it!

Tough cookie Alyssa hasn't fought tooth and nail to shake off her past to be blindsided by one smooth-talking boss. Until, punch-drunk with desire, she succumbs to temptation and realizes what she's been missing out on! But will Miami's most wanted bachelor run when he discovers the real reason behind her good-girl facade?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459220607
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 02/01/2012
Series: Unbuttoned by a Rebel Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 481,708
File size: 230 KB

About the Author

The summer she turned eleven Aimee left the children's section of the library, entered an aisle full of Mills and Boon, and pulled out a book. That story started a love affair that has followed her from her childhood in Florida to Alaska, Seattle, and finally South Dakota.
She now counts herself lucky to be a part of Harlequin/Mills and Boon's family of authors.

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Secret History of a Good Girl 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Riley09 More than 1 year ago
I would probably purchase another book by this author if one is written. Good story and smart sassy dialogue.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a perfect book for those who like to see the passion spark between the two main characters. I am an avid fan of romance books and I have noticed that sometimes the initial spark falls flat. For example, some authors offer no description of physical reaction when the characters first meet each other (especially the man's). Aimee Carson does it subtly and effortlessly ( at leat from a reader's perspective). Additionally, she keeps it througout the book and does a very good job building it up from beginning to end. The only other author who does it well, on my list, is Nora Roberts. I liked it to the point that it actually made me come here to write a review. This is my first review of a harlequin romance book ( I have read many many of them). I gave it a four instead of five because the end seems abrupt, as it is usually the case with harlequin's books. I actually went searching for her other books in the hopes that she wrote something longer with a smoother transition, but there is a book only available in the UK.