The Sleeping Fire He s here They say he s a terror Lee s secretary warned her of the arrival of Adam Broome new owner of the publishing company for which they worked Adam known as the new Broome had left a chaos of

  • Title: The Sleeping Fire
  • Author: Daphne Clair
  • ISBN: 9780373022922
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • He s here They say he s a terror Lee s secretary warned her of the arrival of Adam Broome, new owner of the publishing company for which they worked.Adam, known as the new Broome, had left a chaos of reorganization in his wake at the other company magazine offices The staff of Lively Lady was justifiably nervous.From that first wary meeting with the compellingly pow He s here They say he s a terror Lee s secretary warned her of the arrival of Adam Broome, new owner of the publishing company for which they worked.Adam, known as the new Broome, had left a chaos of reorganization in his wake at the other company magazine offices The staff of Lively Lady was justifiably nervous.From that first wary meeting with the compellingly powerful Adam Broome, Lee knew her life would be changed Though she tried to be open minded, she wasn t sure she would like the change.

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    One Reply to “The Sleeping Fire”

    1. First of all, that loltastic cover. Did they sleepwalk to the office?Anyhoo, Daphne Clair's The Sleeping Fire can be categorized as an office romance comedy of sorts. The Great, Big, Terrible Misunderstanding that keeps these two dingbats apart for the majority of the book is a Three's Company-worthy qui pro quo. Jack Hero overhears Janet heroine cooing to Mr. Furley her brother and thinks she is involved with a live-in boyfriend while she spies him taking out Chrissy a platonic friend for lunch [...]

    2. Entertaining and filled with misunderstandings between H and h.I always like an office setting in vintage Harlequins. Unusually, the h was high up on the food chain.

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