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The Secretary's Secret I thought overall that the novel was great There were certain points in it that I didn t like The heroine was a bit delusional at times and the hero was an ass. Another sweet read from Michelle I really enjoyed spending time with Kit and Alex as they came to terms with having a baby together and accepted their love for each other A wonderful story. Expecting a secret bundle of joy With one last look in the mirror, Kit Mercer prepares to face her boss surely he can t wait to sweep her into his arms again and declare his love Actually, what Alex Hallam does is tell her their fling can t continue He knows it s the right thing to do after his ex wife s lies, is he really ready for a relationship with sweet, lovely Kit Until Kit reveals she s pregnant Swapping the boardroom and working lunches for the baby clinic and wake up feeds, they ll get than they bargained for Maybe even swapping their business contract for a marriage certificate Le do el 19 05 2012 Overall the book was pretty good to read. Fancied a quick read and this was it Reminded me of the kind of books I used to read as a young teen. I had to force myself to finish the book I m not sure why as the story sounds like a good one, but something about it just didn t sit well. This was one of the sweetest books I ve read in a while. It started out well but then it got stuck,i was irritated by the end of it,Alex was forgiven too soon i wanted some grovel.Overall okay read. Didn t really like it, Alex s issues with having baby annoyed me P.


About the Author: Michelle Douglas

Writing has always been a passion of mine I received my first rejection letter at the age of ten for Keri the Koala Baby, and I ve been writing ever since A love of literature led me to major in English at the University of Newcastle where I also recently completed a Master of Philosophy English and where I am now enrolled in a PhD.I ve worked an assortment of jobs Everything from waitress at a wedding convention centre where we all oohed and ahhed over fairytale wedding dresses to answering the complaints line at a call centre for a bank All of which have provided me with endless ideas for stories My own happy ever after came in 1998 when I eloped to England with husband Greg We were married in Westminster the town hall not the Abbey lived on tinned soup for a month so we could afford to spend our wedding night in The Dorchester, then we flew out the next day to honeymoon in Paris I received The Call from Mills Boon s London office in February 2007 and my first book was released December that same year I m a sucker for happy endings, heroines who have a secret stash of chocolate, and heroes who know how to laugh When I m not writing or reading , I m fighting a losing battle with my jungle of a garden and trying to keep my doughnut addiction in check.


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