Stranded With the Tempting Stranger

Stranded With the Tempting Stranger

Paperback - 2013
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Risky Business

High-powered lawyer Brandon Washington knew how to win. He had to be ruthless, cutthroat and, for his latest case, irresistible. His biggest client, the family of the late hotel magnate John Garrison, had sent Brandon under an assumed name to the Bahamas to track down their newly discovered half sister. He would find her, charm her and uncover all her secrets.

But as soon as Brandon met the beautiful heiress, the lines began to blur. Between the truth and the lies. Between her secrets and his. Between his ambition...and a chance to be loved. And as a storm gathered over the Caribbean, Brandon knew the reckoning was coming. And this time, winning could be the last thing he wanted.

Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Harlequin, c2013.
ISBN: 9780373180745
Branch Call Number: Rom
Characteristics: 378 p. ; 17 cm.
Additional Contributors: Mann, Catherine


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booklady1 Jul 02, 2013

The first novel is by Brenda Jackson is about Cassie Garrison... and the Bonus book by Catherine Mann is Brooke Garrison story...The second story was a bit more entertaining, and dramatic. both stories are connected.


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booklady1 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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booklady1 Jul 02, 2013

Brandon Washington is a man with a plan...or so he thinks. Until he meets Cassie Garrison. Then he finds out the hard way that no matter what your intentions are, when emotions get in the way even the best laid plans can get kicked to the curb. Cassie doesn't think she is ready for love and Brandon intents to prove otherwise.

Brooke Garrison planned to keep her baby's scandalous paternity a secret...then hotel mogul Jordan Jefferies learned the truth. Her family and his were arch- rivals, but that was not going to stop Jordan from claiming what was his - the baby and Brooke.


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booklady1 Jul 02, 2013

Seeing it is not as dreadful as it appeared, discovering we have the strength to stare it down.


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