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5.0 out of 5 stars Oh-so addictive!, 6 Mar 2009
Detra Fitch (USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Trouble In High Heels (Mass Market Paperback)
Heiress Lori Jean Granger does not spend most of her money on material things. Instead, she is famous for GIVING it away to just about every charity she comes across. Her accountant, Mr. Till, retires because he was unable to deny Lori anything. The other firm partners refuse to take the Granger account and the account is too big to toss away. So they call in Jackson James and offer him a junior partnership. Twelve years ago Jackson had been nothing. Since then he had worked long and hard to earn his way through college and get his CPA. But finally his dreams are beginning to come true. All he has to do is be firm with a little heiress, teach her about keeping a budget, and then keep track of her finances. It sounds almost too easy.

Lori is not as incompetent or lacking in judgement as everyone seems to believe. She just has a soft heart. Thanks to the terms of her late father's will, Lori is about to have a very hard time getting any of her funds. This is, until she found a loop hole. To get access to her own money, which is held in trust, all Lori had to do was wed. After six years they could divorce and the man would be well compensated. Finding a man to agree to those terms and sign a prenuptial agreement should be easy. It became Johnson's job to find the best men for her to choose from. After all, he is her accountant and the marriage is only going to be part of her financial business. The only real problem is that neither Jackson, nor Lori, is as immune to the other's charms as they pretend to be.

***** Only Leanne Banks could be talented enough to take such an outrageous plan and actually make it seem sane! From the beginning until the end I could not make myself put the book down. I simply HAD to know what was going to happen next. There is also a subplot running dealing with poor English duke, who originally planned to be the man Lori chose to wed, but finds himself drawn to a totally different lady. Well written, witty, and oh-so addictive! *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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Trouble In High Heels by Leanne Banks (Mass Market Paperback - 2 April 2009)
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