Innocent 'til Proven Otherwise

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Harlequin, Jun 5, 2012 - Fiction - 192 pages
5 Reviews
Ali doesn't do reckless, and she certainly doesn't do one-night stands—until one intoxicating night with the most lethally attractive man she's ever laid eyes on.… More shocking still, when Ali meets the lawyer holding her career in his hands a few days later—it's thesamehot guy!

The legendary Max Sherrington knows even his vivid memories of Ali could be defined as inappropriate conduct! Protocol may forbid him from touching her—but just because they can't break the rules it surely doesn't mean they can'tbendthem a little.…

  

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User Review  - Taryn_Carter - LibraryThing

I loved this book!!!! The author crafted a super clever opening scene. I have been in a similar situation many time my self, alas without the handsome friend. And the hero and heroine's next encounter in the second scene knocked the story out of the park! Plus, the car scene was very hot! Read full review

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User Review  - Joanne - Goodreads

I really like Amy Andrew's medical HMB however I'm so glad she's writing for the Sexy line. This is a fab read, hot, steamy and great banter. I just loved Ali and Max and how they came together. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
22
Section 3
34
Section 4
48
Section 5
62
Section 6
78
Section 7
95
Section 8
110
Section 9
131
Section 10
148
Section 11
161
Section 12
174
Section 13
186
Section 14
187
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About the author (2012)

Amy is an award-winning author who has written thirty-one romances for Harlequin Mills and Boon in both the Medical and RIVA/KISS lines. She's sold over a million books and been translated into a dozen languages. Amy works part time as a PICU nurse. She's been married for 22 years and has two teenagers. She lives on acreage on the outskirts of Brisbane but secretly wishes it was the hills of Tuscany.

 

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