Book Reviews of Married to the Boss (Maitland Maternity, Bk 3)

Married to the Boss (Maitland Maternity, Bk 3)
Married to the Boss - Maitland Maternity, Bk 3
Author: Lori Foster
ISBN-13: 9780373650644
ISBN-10: 0373650647
Publication Date: 10/1/2000
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 103 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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R.J. Maitland's reputation is in tatters after a story runs in the paper that he fathered and abandoned a child. So, he proposes a marriage in name only to his secretary, Dana. Dana has been in love with him for years and tells him that she will only agree if they have a real marriage.

This is part of the Maitland Maternity series and a quick read. I liked the first half of the book, but got bored with the hero's attitude in the second half. I was a little confused by unknown characters who I didn't know just popping up in the story with no explanation. I assume they were mentioned in previous books in the series. My rating: 2 Stars.
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R.J. Maitland has to fix a tarnished reputation and so proposes marriage to executive assistant Dana. He propositions a marriage in name only, but she has been in love with him for years and so will only marry him if their marriage is consumated. Part of a series. Quick read.
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quick read. great story. the guy has the girl of his dreams & doesnt realize it until he marries her for reasons other than love.
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very good
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a very cute premise!
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#3 in series
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Cute story. Would like to find more in the series.
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I loved this book from start to finish....couldn't put it down till I'd read it all.
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excellent book to read just make sure u read the 1st 2 books of the series if u haven't yet to read this book so u can understand this book there is 11 books all together if I remember right
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If he wanted a marriage of convenience, it would be at her convenience!

R.J. Maitland, President of Maitland Maternity, was forced to do some major damage control. The media circus surrounding allegations that he had fathered an abandoned child had left his reputation in tatters and the clinic in jeopardy.

Dana Dillinger had been R.J.'s right hand for years--loyal, dependable...and hopelessly, secretly in love with him. When he suggested that marriage was the best way to salvage the situation and prove he wasn't the playboy the press had labeled him, Dana accepted his "proposal." With one exception...

R.J. wanted a marriage in name only--no sex, just marriage. Dana wanted all the marital rights of a bride--including and especially sex--or the deal was off. Between a rock and a hard place, R.J. agreed, not knowing what he'd just gotten himself into!
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Cute read.
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R.J. Maitland, President of Maitland Maternity, was forced to do some major damage control. The media circus surrounding allegations that he fathered an abandoned child had left his reputation in tatters and the clinic in jeopardy.
Dana Dillinger had been R.J.'s right hand for years- loyal, dependable...and hopelessly, secretly in love with him. When he suggested that marriage was the best way to salvage the situation and prove he wasn't the playboy the press has labeled him, Dana accepted his "proposal." With one exception...
R.J. wanted a marriage in name only-no sex, just marriage. Dana wanted the all the marital rights of a bride-including and especially sex-or the deal was off. Between a rock and a hard place, R.J. agreed, not knowing what he'd just gotten himself into!