The romance of a supposedly "unwed mother" and her boss. Old fashioned book. They don't write them like this anymore!
Jenna was more than ROyce Drummond's secretary. She also arranged the intimate dinners with his mistresses and was silent witness to the parade of beautiful women that passed through his office.
ROyce didn't regard Jenna as female at all. If he thought of her it was only with contempt. He believed her the mother of an illegitimate child; he had no idea that Robbie was her sister's son.
And Jenna, stubbornly silent, refused to tell him the truth, or the extent to which he himself was involved...
Normally I don't give 5 stars for books, but this was a very good book. Jenna is not a wimpy, whiny heroine. Gotta love that! Royce was a hard-headed, arrogant businessman. There was plenty of times I would love to smack him if I could....with a stick! Jenna's sister as well!
Both Jenna and Royce learn that things are not always what they seem and that sometimes there is more than what is actually said. The introduction of his siblings was fun to read.
Royce reminds me of a character that would be in a Diana Palmer story. So, if you love D Palmer, you'll love this story.