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A Very Stylish Affair

A Very Stylish Affair



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Published by: magatama on Dec 06, 2008
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Mills and Boon Harlequin PresentsEMMA DARCYA very stylish affair Sydney lawyer Jason Lombard was a ten on the male ritcher scale inevery superficial sense. He also seemed unable to look past Sophie’shair which was a bit…well… flamboyant at the moment. She
suspected her days as his new assistant were numbered.But when Sophie discovered that the cad had only hired as adistraction for a case he was working on. Mr Snob found himself onthe receiving end of a temper as hot as her hair. A truce reached,now they were headed for Bora Bora where thing were bound to geteven hotter.Author’s page:This book is dedicated to all the wonderful caring hairdressers whomake women look good and feel good, but especially to Kerry, atruly creative artist, whose salon is The Cutting Point, at TumbiUmbi, on the central coast of New South Wales.She is always cheerful and friendly. Many thanks to Kerry and her staff for the inspiration and advice given for A Very Stylish Affair.CHAPTER ONE‘You get the real news at the hairdressers'.Jason Lombard's mother had been telling him that for so manyyears, he had come to accept it had a basis of truth. After all, where
else could one find out what restaurant was the best value for money, who was divorcing whom, who was cheating on thei partners, bow good the latest videos were, what shows were worthseeing, the names of trades people who were re-fable andtrustworthy?That was the short list. There was also the open discussion of socialissues, not to mention the dissecting of sensational crimes, criticalappraisals on the public behaviour of celebrities and fulsomecomment on the television news. Which, of course, was not the realnews, only a superficial reporting of facts that needed a lot of fleshing out and sorting through of what was not being told.Jason knew he was about to get some real news the moment hismother swept into his office, her hair newly cut, styled and coloured,her blue eyes agleam with recently acquired knowledge and a zealfor sharing it."The unemployment problem in Australia is dreadful, Jason," shedeclared as he rose from his desk to greet her."One of the effects of the recession," he remarked noncommittally.

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