Who's Afraid of Mr Wolfe? - Hazel Osmond Reviews
Description:ISBN 1849164185 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Hazel Osmond / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2011-04-21 by Quercus Publishing Plc
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Ellie Somerset is a great advertising copywriter going nowhere fast - a boyfriend who is always at work, a tendency to dress like a short-sighted bag lady and a Creative Director who rejects her fresh ideas - they all conspire to keep her just treading water. Even her Great Aunt Edith, a demon at filthy scrabble, has a better social life than she does. All that changes when Jack Wolfe becomes her boss. Whilst everyone else at the agency thinks he's Heathcliff in jeans, Ellie just sees a stalking, scowling Alpha male with a nasty redundancy plan up his sleeve. As Jack makes it his mission to smarten up Ellie's attitude and her appearance, it's time for ... Read the complete review
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