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At Her Boss's Bidding (Mills & Boon Modern) [Kindle Edition]

Miranda Lee
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Justin McCarthy is a magnet for every man hunter in Sydney–they picture themselves spending his millions and cuddling up to him at night!


Rachel is Justin's idea of the perfect assistant. That is, until he pays for a complete makeover–one that unlocks the beauty within! Where once he was happy to have Rachel safely behind her desk, now Justin wants her across his–wild and willing. But then fantasy becomes reality, and Justin hasn't counted on love becoming part of his agenda!


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable 5 Dec. 2011
By Cloggie Downunder TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
At Her Boss's Bidding is the 63rd romance novel by Miranda Lee and the third of the Secret Passions series. When Rachel Witherspoon, Isabel Hunt's best friend since school days, takes a job as Justin McCarthy's PA, she purposely dresses down because she knows he's sick of man-hunters throwing themselves at him. All goes well until they go together on a work-related excursion to a 5-star Gold Coast Hotel. There, Rachel runs into her ex-fiancé, Eric, the man who left her for a real-estate agent. Suddenly vulnerable, Rachel is given the support she needs by Justin, and he sends her for a make-over to prove to Eric that he's the loser, not Rachel. But after a few drinks, Justin finds himself seducing his new PA, exactly the thing he was so disgusted with his ex-wife and her boss over. While some of the characters lack depth, the plot is quite good and it is another enjoyable romance from Miranda Lee.
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3.0 out of 5 stars bittersweet 10 Feb. 2015
By NH
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It was hard to know Justin was really in love with Rachel regardless of Mandy's existence or he decided to take second love because he realised the woman he loved was no longer the same woman he thought. Otherwise part of him would still love her. .?? Thank goodness Mandy has gone for good at the end so Rachel is no longer replacement for Mandy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fab read 11 Feb. 2014
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this was a very good book I couldn't put it down at all but the ending was a tad disappointing for me over and done with so quickly would of loved a bit more detail but overall a very good story
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5.0 out of 5 stars An absolutely lovely story 12 May 2014
By Kerry31
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The main characters were great and the secondary characters were just as brilliant. I cried at the end of the book it was so well written. Recommend
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not a boss I'd want 15 Mar. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Back Cover description: Justin McCarthy is a magnet for every man hunter in Sydney�they picture themselves spending his millions and cuddling up to him at night!
Rachel is Justin�s idea of the perfect assistant. That is, until he pays for a complete makeover�one that unlocks the beauty within! Where once he was happy to have Rachel safely behind her desk, now Justin wants her across his�wild and willing. But then fantasy becomes reality, and Justin hasn�t counted on love becoming part of his agenda!
This book should have been printed under the BLAZE logo. It was OK until they started having sex�everywhere in the office. I couldn�t figure out how the author was going to get away from a sexual harassment issue; cause that�s what�s happening here! Rachel isn�t plain, just recovering from a failed love affair and she�s let herself go. I didn�t like how the author debased these two, and I couldn�t warm up to either of them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed this book 19 Aug. 2005
By Romance Diva - Published on Amazon.com
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I wasn't bowled over by the plot, but I loved the way the author wrote the hero and heroine. They were funny, smart, fallible and likeable. Too many times I read books where the author is trying so hard to make the hero an Alpha male that the heroine suffers.

Not in this book. The passion was refreshing, the sex was hot, the relationship very realistic. The insecurites shared and revealed further endeared the couple to me.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Lackluster 20 May 2012
By Caroline L. - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're a fan of Miranda Lee, buy this book. I thought that it would be better than it was and I was interested in it because of the connection to Isabel, Rachel's best friend. It really was sexual harassment in the workplace. I thought that the romance part of it lacked true depth. Rachel is a nice protagonist, but I found it hard to actually like Justin. It was ok, but lackluster.
2.0 out of 5 stars Ugh 29 Jan. 2011
By Not Telling - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted so badly to like this book. But it was so...ugh. And this is the last Miranda Lee book for me. I'm tired of her awful endings.

The scene where he asked her if she knew he didn't love her, and she said yes, while he was undressing her, and then he asked her if it bothered her, and told her he would stop if it made her uncomfortable, and then she actually said she didn't care, she just wanted him...That's where I started skimming to the end. Which sucked, as usual. All he did was whisper to her that they're get married, and that he loved her, and then that was it. Literally, the paragraph ended right at the end of his tiny little confession, and immediately went to ten months later.

Where does she put emotion in her books? Does she even know how? I thought Rachel deserved better than that.And the last intimate scene of them in the office, was so completely devoid of any appeal and attraction - I mean he was basically using her for a quick lay, and yet she was "crying out in ecstasy." What a great woman, so disrespectful of herself. That wasn't the Rachel from the beginning.

I think this could have been a good story, had it been more developed. Also if a few of those scenes I mentioned had been omitted. It really did just seem like a physical attraction and that totally wiped out the good feeling of the story. Getting to know Justin throughout the story, I didn't think he would have been so unfeeling in those scenes. I felt like those were forced, and he deserved better too.
3.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable 5 Dec. 2011
By Cloggie Downunder - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
At Her Boss's Bidding is the 63rd romance novel by Miranda Lee and the third of the Secret Passions series. When Rachel Witherspoon, Isabel Hunt's best friend since school days, takes a job as Justin McCarthy's PA, she purposely dresses down because she knows he's sick of man-hunters throwing themselves at him. All goes well until they go together on a work-related excursion to a 5-star Gold Coast Hotel. There, Rachel runs into her ex-fiancé, Eric, the man who left her for a real-estate agent. Suddenly vulnerable, Rachel is given the support she needs by Justin, and he sends her for a make-over to prove to Eric that he's the loser, not Rachel. But after a few drinks, Justin finds himself seducing his new PA, exactly the thing he was so disgusted with his ex-wife and her boss over. While some of the characters lack depth, the plot is quite good and it is another enjoyable romance from Miranda Lee.
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