Decent Exposure - Phillipa Ashley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755334612 / Genre: Romance / Author: Phillipa Ashley / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2006-10-02 by ... more
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Moving to a small mountain village in the Lake District from a high-flying PR job in London, Emma Tremayne hopes for a relaxing and quiet new start. Her first assignment in her new job is for the local mountain rescue team but her idea of creating a nude calendar to raise money isn't met with much enthusiasm. Especially from the extremely gorgeous Mr July, Will Tennant, who is against the idea from the start, which causes sparks to be raised between him and Emma. But those angry sparks soon turn into sparks of passion and Mr July soon becomes Emma's flavour of the month. ~ My opinion ~ I wasn't sure that this book would be that good a read as it's a ... Read the complete review
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