Blackmailed by the Boss!

Blackmailed by the Boss!

Raye Morgan / Apr 25, 2019

Blackmailed by the Boss Caught red handed in the boss s office after hours Chynna has no choice but to agree to Trent s terms pretend to be in love with him or face arrest for burglary

  • Title: Blackmailed by the Boss!
  • Author: Raye Morgan
  • ISBN: 1552546217
  • Page: 408
  • Format: ebook
  • Caught red handed in the boss s office after hours, Chynna has no choice but to agree to Trent s terms pretend to be in love with him, or face arrest for burglary

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      • Raye Morgan

        Aka Helen Conrad and Jena HuntHelen Conrad was born on April 11, 1945 in Pasadena, California, U.S.A and grew up between Holland, Guam, and California, and spent a few years in Washington, D.C as well She obtained a B.A in English Literature.Helen was working toward a Master s in Library Science when she dropped out to have her first son One look into those baby blue eyes and I knew it was going to be a long time before I went back to school But with young ones, you do have time to read, and the I read, the I learned about writing She started writing because she felt guilty about spending so much time reading Through writing I figured I could still immerse myself in the stories I love, but I could actually claim I was working The amazing thing was when I sold my first book and the excuse was justified Dreams really do come true After years of writing romantic suspense in the style of Mary Stewart and children s books in a lot of styles, she finally sold a romance to Jove s Second Chance at Love and there was celebration all around at least in her ever patient family of husband and four boys She published four romances for Jove under the name Jena Hunt, then began writing Silhouette Desires A few sales to Bantam Loveswept and Harlequin Romance, Temptationand SuperRomance under the name Helen Conrad followed, as well as to Harpers, Dell Ecstasy, Mills Boon, and even an historical with Zebra Today, she is concentrating on Silhouette Romance, completely captivated by the breezy fun and touching poignancy of their compact, to the point form She feels the perfect quick read should make the reader smile, sigh and put the book down feeling better about the state of love in the world.Now, she lives in the Los Angeles area now with Nick, her geologist computers cientist husband and the two of her four sons who still live at home Having the boys around helps keep me up on the current trends, she says with a laugh But writing helps keep me in touch with the romance that weaves through the everyday lives we all live.


    190 Comments

    1. Super short but sweet read.Trent blackmails Chynna because she was caught stealing in his office, so she has to pretend to be his fiancée because his momma is pressuring him to marry.I guess the impact is that the H uses the key word feelings outside (and way before) his declaration of love, which comes always in the end.


    2. This is a sweet little novella. Really fast paced. Not much drama. Guy is not a man whore. The blackmail isn't even real blackmail. Insta-love sort of read. It's like a perfect snack fir afternoon tea!



    3. Honestly I thought that the story was too fast. In other words the events jumped from one to another and not as smoothly as hoped. Overall it was not a complete waste of time rather an interesting way to spend 30 minutes of your life and I would recommend this book to anyone who has a few minutes to waste and would like to read a really short, short story.



    4. Not that bad, but there is an absence of body. The story just states that something happened, but doesn't have the reader go through it. Not my favorite, but it is passable.





    5. I found it a bit boring. The plot was ok but there were so many misleadings and misunderstandings


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