What a Woman Needs

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Berkley Sensation, 2014 - Fiction - 311 pages
10 Reviews
What happens when three irresistibly sexy brothers lose a poker bet to their enterprising sister? They get hired out for her housecleaning venture. Now, the Manley Maids are at your service. Satisfaction guaranteed. It’s what a woman needs...
 
Big shot movie star Bryan Manley is destined for fame and fortune, not a repeat of his penny-pinching “normal” childhood. But a bet is a bet, so he agrees to play maid for Beth Hamilton—as long as he can use his servitude as research for his next role, and then resume his life in the spotlight.
 
After her husband’s death and the publicity surrounding it, all Beth needs is a quiet, normal life for herself and her children. She never expected a new Prince Charming to show up at her door, let alone as the new maid. But when the paparazzi follow, Beth is sure of one thing: Bryan has to go.
 
Then flirtation turns into seduction, and Bryan needs to convince Beth he’s more man than maid—or an actor playing a maid. Because this latest gig as the love of Beth Hamilton’s life just might be the role of a lifetime… 

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Review: What a Woman Needs (Manley Maids #2)

User Review  - Renee Nelson - Goodreads

I loved this second installment in Judi Fennell's Manley Maids series. Not as light a RAF as her earlier books, I found myself moved to tears at a couple points. But, as with all of Judi's books, she quickly had you laughing after. A fun, satisfying read. Read full review

Review: What a Woman Needs (Manley Maids #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

I loved this second installment in Judi Fennell's Manley Maids series. Not as light a RAF as her earlier books, I found myself moved to tears at a couple points. But, as with all of Judi's books, she quickly had you laughing after. A fun, satisfying read. Read full review

About the author (2014)

Judi Fennell, author of What a Woman Wants, has had her nose in a book and her head in some celestial realm all her life, including those early years when her mom would exhort her to ?get outside!” instead of watching Bewitched or I Dream of Jeannie on television. So she did?right into Dad's hammock with her Nancy Drew books. These days she's more likely to have her nose in her laptop and her head (and the rest of her) at a favorite writing spot, but she's still reading either her latest manuscript or her friends' books, or helping authors bring their books to readers with her formatting business. A PRISM and Golden Leaf Award winner, Judi is the author of lighthearted romantic comedies. She lives in suburban Philadelphia with her own menagerie?which might just include a few of the two-legged kind. Check out excerpts, deleted scenes, reviews, and contests, as well as the chance to dive into a whole new world, on her website.

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