Thursday, October 25, 2012

52 Weeks of Romance by Lucy

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Goodness Had Nothing to do With It
by Lucy Monroe
(Connected to Come Up and See Me Sometime)
Kensington Zebra - December 2005
ISBN 0-8217-7771-8

If you loved Lucy Monroe’s COME UP AND SEE ME SOMETIME, you won’t want to miss her latest romance! Funny, sexy, and full of heart, Monroe’s new novel makes “goodness” a whole lot better…


The last woman business consultant Marcus Danvers expects to find at Kline Electronics is Veronica Richards. He’s supposed to be rooting out a corporate spy, not rehashing an old love affair—with the woman who sold out the company they both used to work for and then took off without so much as a kiss goodbye. All the clues point to Ronnie as the firm’s newest mole, which means he’ll have to spend time with the stubbornly reticent—and mouthwateringly sexy—woman he hasn’t been able to forget, and uncover every last thing she has to hide…


It’s just Ronnie’s luck. The one man she’d hoped never to see again is suddenly everywhere she looks—and taking up a starring role in her daydreams, too. Remembering the passion she and Marcus once shared certainly isn’t going to help, though, not when she has so many secrets, and no explanation for the way she left him eighteen months ago—or at least not one he’ll want to hear. The problem is, when Marcus is around all her good intentions go up in smoke…

Please leave your answer in the comment section. Winners will be announced on Saturday. If you leave your email address in your comment I will contact you regarding the prize otherwise you may check back on Saturday to see if you are the winner and email me.

Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It has a connection to this year's Reader Online Retreat, which ORR author was this book dedicated to?


Debby said...

For Theresa Scott
debby236 at gmail dot com

Lory Lee said...

Theresa Scott, your dear friend and mentor.


AquarianDancer said...

Theresa Scott.

AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

Joyce M. said...

Theresa Scott.

*yadkny* said...

Theresa Scott

Mary Preston said...

Theresa Scott


robertsonreads said...

Theresa Scott.
Thank you Lucy.