Taking Care of Business

Taking Care of Business

by Brenda Jackson

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Taking Care of Business by Brenda Jackson

He wants her no matter what the cost…

From the moment she met gorgeous media tycoon Tag Elliott, Renee Williams could only fantasize about darkened bedrooms, whispered promises and how his lips would feel on hers. But Renee is a social worker—and an excellent one at that, thank you very much—and Tag belongs to one of Manhattan’s wealthiest families. It’s not he’s out of her league, it’s that he’s from a different world.

Tag isn’t looking for forever, but he starts falling hard and fast for the beauty assigned to his ailing mother. When Renee finally agrees to one night to live out their fantasies, he tries to ignore how quickly his heart gets tangled up with this intelligent, passionate woman. But their fling only fans the flames, and Tag is certain that once is not enough. Now he wants more…no matter how much scandal he’ll create!

Originally published in 2006

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488029745
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 03/13/2017
Series: Elliotts
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 286,770
File size: 605 KB

About the Author

Brenda Jackson is a New York Times bestselling author of more than one hundred romance titles. Brenda lives in Jacksonville, Florida, and divides her time between family, writing and traveling. Email Brenda at authorbrendajackson@gmail.com or visit her on her website at brendajackson.net.

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Taking Care of Business (Silhouette Desire #1705) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Brenda Jackson, unfortunately this romance novel didn't do it for me. Not the best romance I've read, but it was okay. The characters were not very memorable. The story just didn't grab me. The romance and intimacy lacked it's usual spicy, heat that Mrs. Jackson usually gives us. It just didn't have enough depth to pull you and get you caught up in the main characters. But it was a cute idea, that just fell short between the pages.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started out with the first book in the Elliotts series, The Billionaire's Proposition, and got hooked on the storyline. This 2nd book, written by Brenda Jackson, one of the most prolific romance writers, an excellent tale of interracial romance, is tastefully and appropriately written. It certainly depicts the differences in outlooks on love from a 'color' perspective. I appreciate the fact that the male lead character was confident in himself as a man, and was able to override any prejudice displayed around him. I am looking forward to the rest of the books in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well done Mrs. Jackson.
Araya05 on LibraryThing 4 days ago
I'm not a big fan of interracial books, but I liked this one. 2hrs 32mins
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Read! Left me with wanting more or TCOB book 2 please?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read. Need books on Tags siblings. ZJR
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I truly enjoyed reading this book and was able to finish in aprox. 6 hours. I am very happy that the author didn¿t fill the book with a bunch of stereotypes and annoying clichés. This story was fast, to the point, uncomplicated and interesting. The Hero was strong and knew what and who he wanted regardless of the stupidity of others. I did have to get use to reading the word had over and over again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brenda! Brenda! Brenda! You're killing me on this one. I have read a couple of your books before this one and found them delightful. But 'THIS' one really falls short, to say the least. While I liked the concept of the storyline, the substance, characters, as well as the grammer fell far beneath what I know you can do. Whats with the word 'HAD'. It kept popping up for every other word? That was irritating beyond belief. Your characters in this book are suppose to be intelligent, 'Well Educated,' yet, you have them all speaking as though they know nothing of the 'King's' laugauge, nevermine being actual writers and editors of successful magazines. Did you really write this book Brenda? I took a peak at another book you wrote, though I'm not sure its new, but there was that silly misused word again 'HAD.' As well as others. I left it on the book stand. Not good is all I can say. Not good at all. Rewrite.