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Summary: Straitlaced tycoon Richard Carlton suspects that his Aunt Destiny has more than business matters on her mind when she insists he meet klutzy PR executive Melanie Hart. Melanie might be brilliant--and beautiful--but Richard won't open his wounded heart to any woman, no matter how much she might make his pulse race.
Yet when the press mistakenly reports that they're a couple, Richard convinces Melanie to pretend that they're engaged--to bolster his reputationand to teach his matchmaking aunt a lesson, for once and for all. But is this relationship just a charade, or do opposites really attract--for keeps?
Review: Richard can't keep his Aunt Destiny out of his love life, and Melanie, doesn't trust herself with her own love life after being hurt by men in her past. The only thing Richard and Melanie can agree on is that they are workaholics, and cannot seem to stop running into each other in work-related situations which they seem to think is somehow related to Richard's aunts scheming. But when the two try to trick Richard's aunt they find that her plot to bring them together has worked for much more than just a work-related relationship. This was a lovely little book to read, its in a series I think; it's easy to follow the characters are fun, and plot wasn't complicated. For a Sunday, rainy day read, I'd recommend it.