Take On Me (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Mar 1, 2007 - Fiction - 256 pages
14 Reviews

On prom night, Dylan Anderson caused the biggest humiliation of Sadie Post's life. Getting over her crush on him took a while, but now she's grown up and moved on. Until Dylan moves in—to her workplace, that is. Suddenly it's high school revisited—complete with her lustful thoughts about him.

But she's his boss and finally has the upper hand—she won't let her sexy fantasies change that. Too bad the tension spiking between them is so high, it's inevitable they ALL OVER YOU hit the sheets—or the nearest desk. And once they do, Dylan is better than she'd ever imagined. She promised herself to leave him begging for more—but does she really want to?

  

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

Good attention grabbers but it took too long to resolve issues so my rating is 3.5* I liked hero when he pursued but didn't like his stubbornness and he needed to grovel more. Dylan gets a writers job working for Sadie and sparks fly as they remember past humiliations. Read full review

Review: Take on Me (Secret Lives Of Daytime Divas #1)

User Review  - Mnena - Goodreads

Oh well, at the risk of repeatedly saying the same thing like a broken record, SM is a phenomenal book writer. Selah! Read full review

Selected pages

Contents

Title Page
3
Dedication Page
5
Prologue
7
Chapter One
14
Chapter Two
35
Chapter Three
55
Chapter Four
77
Chapter Five
93
Chapter Six
118
Chapter Seven
140
Chapter Eight
166
Chapter Nine
187
Chapter Ten
210
Copyright Page
244
Coming Next Month
245
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia. Ever since she learned to read and write she has wanted to be an author. She studied professional writing and literature before embarking on various writing-related jobs, working as a magazine editor and in various story-related roles on Australia's longest running serial drama, Neighbours. She inherited a love of romances from both her grandmothers and fulfilled her fondest wish when she was accepted for publication.

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