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At the boss's bidding... Jenna Deane is thrilled with her new dream job. Her boss, handsome lawyer Alex Morrell, is known for his tough tactics. He's made it clear to Jenna that he expects his assistant to be available whenever he needs her. So how can she tell him that she's a single mother? When Alex whisks Jenna away on a business trip to Paris, and takes her to bed, she At the boss's bidding... Jenna Deane is thrilled with her new dream job. Her boss, handsome lawyer Alex Morrell, is known for his tough tactics. He's made it clear to Jenna that he expects his assistant to be available whenever he needs her. So how can she tell him that she's a single mother? When Alex whisks Jenna away on a business trip to Paris, and takes her to bed, she realizes that she's fallen for him. But what will she do about her secret -- about being a mom?


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At the boss's bidding... Jenna Deane is thrilled with her new dream job. Her boss, handsome lawyer Alex Morrell, is known for his tough tactics. He's made it clear to Jenna that he expects his assistant to be available whenever he needs her. So how can she tell him that she's a single mother? When Alex whisks Jenna away on a business trip to Paris, and takes her to bed, she At the boss's bidding... Jenna Deane is thrilled with her new dream job. Her boss, handsome lawyer Alex Morrell, is known for his tough tactics. He's made it clear to Jenna that he expects his assistant to be available whenever he needs her. So how can she tell him that she's a single mother? When Alex whisks Jenna away on a business trip to Paris, and takes her to bed, she realizes that she's fallen for him. But what will she do about her secret -- about being a mom?

30 review for His Secretary Mistress

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vintage

    So many good elements: banter, cute and sassy heroine, a smitten hero. Too bad the heroine lets herself fall down the rabbit hole of such inexcusably stupid behavior that I wanted to smack her, but I would have to stand in line behind her abusive ex-husband. (view spoiler)[ Come on! She works for the H who is an attorney. The H tells her there are laws in place for the stalking and the abusive behavior her ex exhibits. What does she do after he threatens to take her daughter away AND puts boiling So many good elements: banter, cute and sassy heroine, a smitten hero. Too bad the heroine lets herself fall down the rabbit hole of such inexcusably stupid behavior that I wanted to smack her, but I would have to stand in line behind her abusive ex-husband. (view spoiler)[ Come on! She works for the H who is an attorney. The H tells her there are laws in place for the stalking and the abusive behavior her ex exhibits. What does she do after he threatens to take her daughter away AND puts boiling water on the h? Nothing. Oops, there was a brief moment of lucid thought when she threatens her ex with the police after he "accidentally" pushes her off some stairs. Sadly, doesn't last. The H does what any good H does and gives him a good pop. Nope, the heroine will have none of that. Who would want the man that accidentally gave her a bruise on her forehead, stomped on her foot so hard she could barely walk, poured boiling water over her hand to get thumped on the head among other things to get retribution? Well, I would for one. (hide spoiler)] We have a true 4 star hero in a 3 star office romance, but a letdown by the heroine. Too bad as she was pretty cute in many ways.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Leona

    I really enjoyed this book, as I do most of Ms. Shaw's work. I just absolutely love the scrumptious hero's that she writes about. Jenna Deane is a single mother taking sole responsibility for the care of her 3 year old daughter. She has just recently completed legal secretarial studies and has been hired as a temporary secretary to Alex, one of the most sought after barristers in London. The chemistry between the two is explosive and you know right from the beginning how smitten Alex is with Jenn I really enjoyed this book, as I do most of Ms. Shaw's work. I just absolutely love the scrumptious hero's that she writes about. Jenna Deane is a single mother taking sole responsibility for the care of her 3 year old daughter. She has just recently completed legal secretarial studies and has been hired as a temporary secretary to Alex, one of the most sought after barristers in London. The chemistry between the two is explosive and you know right from the beginning how smitten Alex is with Jenna. Jenna tries to convince Alex that she is still married (even though she has been divorced for three years) and hides the existence of her daughter. So we have the secret baby, nasty OW, abusive ex husband plot all rolled into one story line, and it works beautifully. Jenna is one confused woman, having lost confidence in herself, so there is a lot of tension built into the story based on how she reacts to Alex. Some readers maybe frustrated with this, but I found her rather endearing. Especially, the incredible love she has for her daughter. It's a great read and fun way to spend a few hours relaxing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    AvidReader

    Liked the ups and downs and twists in the story. More than heroine, hero was my favorite. Heroine was so very resilient and brave. She single handedly raised her daughter. Hero was an alpha and a sweetheart. Recommended.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alexis-Morgan Roark

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I wavered between 2-stars and 3-stars on this book then wondered if I should give it 4-stars. There was a lot going on in this book or maybe I'm just tired? An abusive ex, a budding office affair, a secret child, etc. etc. It had it's good points-sexy, funny, dialogue. It also had it's not good points-unanswered questions, inconsistent character responses, etc. I only wish they had given this one to another person to read before publishing it. I truly believe it had the potential to be a really g I wavered between 2-stars and 3-stars on this book then wondered if I should give it 4-stars. There was a lot going on in this book or maybe I'm just tired? An abusive ex, a budding office affair, a secret child, etc. etc. It had it's good points-sexy, funny, dialogue. It also had it's not good points-unanswered questions, inconsistent character responses, etc. I only wish they had given this one to another person to read before publishing it. I truly believe it had the potential to be a really good read, but things were rushed and underdeveloped.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anuradha

    Messy and tumultuous business, this one. But that's the kind of story we love, so I am not complaining ! Jenna is a 24 year old divorced, single mother. Her ex is a true scum bag, who puts in a dirty appearance now and then, just to trouble her. She gives it back most of the time, but also suffers a little unnecessarily. Alex is a 38 year old settled, thriving, hot shot lawyer. The last thing he expects in his smooth life is a turbulent relationship with a single mother! But when Jenna lands up i Messy and tumultuous business, this one. But that's the kind of story we love, so I am not complaining ! Jenna is a 24 year old divorced, single mother. Her ex is a true scum bag, who puts in a dirty appearance now and then, just to trouble her. She gives it back most of the time, but also suffers a little unnecessarily. Alex is a 38 year old settled, thriving, hot shot lawyer. The last thing he expects in his smooth life is a turbulent relationship with a single mother! But when Jenna lands up in his office as a pesky but efficient secretary, his life and libido are totally in chaos!! How they navigate through the various hurdles before finding true love is the story. The kiddo taking a liking for Alex, the ex threatening to fight for the kiddo's custody, the hero's OW creating mischief, many more such dramatic events. Of course, plenty of mind blowing sex from time to time helps to find the path to eternal bliss ;))) One thing rankled in my mind. For a good part of the story, Alex doesn't know that Jenna's marriage is not the happily ever after type. But still he keeps up the flirting and seducing attempts. With sufficient encouragement from Jenna. Now that's not ethical behavior for a lawyer hero, is it ? But to give him credit, he does suspect that there is trouble in her paradise. Good, high octane stuff. Quite riveting, fun read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 3 1/2 Stars! ~ Jenna can't believe her bad luck; her bus was cancelled, it's pouring rain, her stockings are ruined, and she's late on her first day of a new job. And that gorgeous man she'd been pushed against in the shop doorway out of the rain, has turned out to be her new boss, Alex Morell. Their attraction is instant and combustible. Jenna needs her job, so she lets her boss believe she is not available and she hides the fact that she's a single mother. When they travel on business things h 3 1/2 Stars! ~ Jenna can't believe her bad luck; her bus was cancelled, it's pouring rain, her stockings are ruined, and she's late on her first day of a new job. And that gorgeous man she'd been pushed against in the shop doorway out of the rain, has turned out to be her new boss, Alex Morell. Their attraction is instant and combustible. Jenna needs her job, so she lets her boss believe she is not available and she hides the fact that she's a single mother. When they travel on business things heat up beyond their control and Jenna knows that she has to tell Alex all her secrets. Alex is riddled with guilt for wanting Jenna when she's made it clear that she's not available, but he's seen battered women before and Jenna exhibits all the signs. His need to protect her surprises him. This is Ms. Shaw's debut and I was captured by this talented woven story from the first pages. Jenna is just coming out of her shell and thanks to Alex she is finding her self esteem again. Alex is captivated by Jenna's beauty and her instant come backs when he provokes her. Their struggle to keep their attraction at bay, and the secrets Jenna is hiding, keep the tension on going. However, Jenna's secret should have been revealed before Alex had gotten so involved. I felt rather uncomfortable until those truths had come out. The reasons of needing to keep her job, were not strong enough for Jenna to cause Alex the turmoil he went through. I suppose if Jenna had revealed all earlier the conflict would have been resolved too soon. I just wish Ms. Shaw had thought of another way, as both Alex and Jenna were wonderful characters that deserved more. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed this love story and I look forward to reading more from Ms. Shaw

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shatarupa Dhar

    This was an adorable read! In spite of not that much presence, loved young Maisie and although the concept is a bit outdated, I still love reading the occasional 'knight-in-shining-armour' stories, in this case, Alex was exactly that for Jenna. This was an adorable read! In spite of not that much presence, loved young Maisie and although the concept is a bit outdated, I still love reading the occasional 'knight-in-shining-armour' stories, in this case, Alex was exactly that for Jenna.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Debby Wentink

    The h is a hot mess. On her first day of a new job, she hides from the rain so she will be late, she also gets injured because she prevents a robbery (really?), she goes off to the store to buy a new pantyhose. And then after of course arriving too late at work, she tells her boss (the H) off, saying that he was too late that morning too. That happened only in one single morning. That same day at lunch hour she manages to trip, so she falls into the H’s arms. And if that isn’t enough for your fi The h is a hot mess. On her first day of a new job, she hides from the rain so she will be late, she also gets injured because she prevents a robbery (really?), she goes off to the store to buy a new pantyhose. And then after of course arriving too late at work, she tells her boss (the H) off, saying that he was too late that morning too. That happened only in one single morning. That same day at lunch hour she manages to trip, so she falls into the H’s arms. And if that isn’t enough for your first day of work, she lies to her boss (the H) that she is married. She lies because she was afraid that he would feel sorry for her that she has been divorced after one year. What kind of sh*tyy reason is that for telling such a lie. And if she were an 18 year old virgin, being so childish and a hot mess, okay. But she is 24, divorced and a mother, ffs.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mtve41

    Sweet and old fashioned, easy comfort reading. Perfect book to cozy up to with your cuppa joe. If you’re in a rut right now, this book will pick you up and make you smile. I love CS and this one met up to her level. The H was bossy, arrogant, urbanely alpha and possessive and old fashioned. The h was sweet, a bit of a klutz but also cheeky. I loved her sparring with her boss and their chemistry hit me in the right places. Alex was protective of Jenna and her daughter and they have a sweet HEA. I Sweet and old fashioned, easy comfort reading. Perfect book to cozy up to with your cuppa joe. If you’re in a rut right now, this book will pick you up and make you smile. I love CS and this one met up to her level. The H was bossy, arrogant, urbanely alpha and possessive and old fashioned. The h was sweet, a bit of a klutz but also cheeky. I loved her sparring with her boss and their chemistry hit me in the right places. Alex was protective of Jenna and her daughter and they have a sweet HEA. I wish the epilogue was there and extended to give them some of their own babies!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tigger

    3.95 stars Loved it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Goobledybook

    Really enjoyed the story and characters, but it must be said, the title isn't even in the ballpark for what the story is. I've learned Harlequin books shouldn't be judged soley on covers (and titles) and this book is a prime example why. This story benefitted from third person storytelling, which isn't very common in these books. Really enjoyed the story and characters, but it must be said, the title isn't even in the ballpark for what the story is. I've learned Harlequin books shouldn't be judged soley on covers (and titles) and this book is a prime example why. This story benefitted from third person storytelling, which isn't very common in these books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Manfer Adrian

    el libro es lo que promete la autora y tiene mucho de su estilo ....lo cual captas de inmediato si embargo a veces si crees y notas que el libro comienza que algo lento y depues va rapido a tal grado que te quedas con un final bastante corto y un poco faltante de detalles

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    Alex is to die for, but she is just too insecure...insecure on the annoying side.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I enjoyed this book .. nice short story for a break from big books or big night .

  15. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Voulgari

    Ήταν συμπαθές βιβλίο και πέρασε ωραία η ώρα μου.Μου άρεσε η πλοκή και το συναισθηματικό βάθος των ηρώων.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sylistah.g

    the plot's quite fast.. the plot's quite fast..

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    This book did help pass the time but it seemed somewhat all over the place. I enjoyed the story , but it could of been better.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ana Bê

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sheree Wright

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ευαγγελία Πρατσόλη

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dina Hicks machado

  23. 5 out of 5

    Keriboo

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sónia Mendes

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amalia

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Montgomery

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lau

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ana Elsa

  29. 5 out of 5

    Trudy

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

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