Risky Negotiations

  • Title: Risky Negotiations
  • Author: Elizabeth Lennox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Risky Negotiations The third book in the Attracelli series Sal Attracelli met Laci Anderson three years ago at his brother s wedding At the time he had thought she was too young for him But the memory of her trembling
    The third book in the Attracelli series Sal Attracelli met Laci Anderson three years ago at his brother s wedding At the time, he had thought she was too young for him But the memory of her trembling in his arms during their one dance would not leave him Now, he was out to win her heart and was willing to enact an elaborate ruse in order to bring her closer.For Laci, thThe third book in the Attracelli series Sal Attracelli met Laci Anderson three years ago at his brother s wedding At the time, he had thought she was too young for him But the memory of her trembling in his arms during their one dance would not leave him Now, he was out to win her heart and was willing to enact an elaborate ruse in order to bring her closer.For Laci, the impression Sal left at the wedding had made him impossible to forget But now he was pursuing Laci with all the charm and sex appeal he had at his disposal, which was considerable At first, Laci refused involvement with the sexy CEO, but he tore down her defenses Her job and its responsibilities are swept away by the mad passion he inflames within her made All that is left is her new dream of enfolding herself within the arms of a forbidden man.

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    About Elizabeth Lennox


    1. USA Today best selling author Elizabeth Lennox writes contemporary romance novels featuring sheiks, business tycoons, royalty, and other sexy rich men Her male lead characters are smart, driven and determined, but can still be sensitive and vulnerable Elizabeth s female lead characters come from a variety of backgrounds They are strong, intelligent and independent, while still feminine and caring.Although she wanted to be a romance novelist since the eighth grade, that dream only became a reality for her in 2009 and a full time job in 2012 Along the way, she received a BS in History and held different jobs in the real estate, government consulting, and financial industries All during that time, though, she was always writing, using her personal experiences, dreams, and travels throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean as backdrops for her stories To date, she has written over eighty books and sold over 1.7 million copies Her free novellas have been downloaded over 2.9 million times since 2013.Elizabeth lives in Virginia with her husband and two children Their home is just outside of Washington, D.C and many of her novels are set in this area.


    168 Comments


    1. I really liked this book but the ending was abrupt. Sal is definitely my favorite Attracelli brother :)

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    2. Actually really enjoyed this one! Laci & Sal are quite the pair, I'm not a huge fan of the ending though

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    3. Again love this book but the ending is too short and quick!!!

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    4. Head Strong Men and WomenI enjoyed the turmoil both Sal and Laci struggled with. No one wants to be hurt ever especially in a relationship.

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    5. sal sal sal very stif fellow but still very hot and lovablei think he was stupid to wait 3 years it wasnt as though she was a teen and he was a lecher and by the summary i assumed she was a teen.i liked that when he put his plan into play to get her he did just that with a little miscommunication on both sides (what a romance without it) they still ended up together

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    6. Sal and laciSo love this story and how they got back together and found love in each and their families are accepting in

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    7. I don't know, this kind of left me hanging at the end.

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