Stripped of her glamorous facade... Athan Teodarkis knows her type well: women for whom designer dresses and priceless jewelry are paid for only in kind. But he's never been distracted by one-until now. Suspecting his sister's husband of having an affair with the dangerously beautiful Marisa Milburne, Athan determines to put a stop to it. Confident the Teodarkis millions will easily divert this gold digger's attentions, Athan has a simple plan-seduce, then discard. But contrary to what the merciless Athan believes, shy Marisa is no home wrecker, and with her innocence she is powerless to resist his vengeful seduction....He needed to make a phone call to an interior designer. His London ... Certainly a lot easier than it had been in Devon, where even if she had commuteda lengthilyainto Plymouth, jobs were scarce and hourly rates poor in comparison.
|Title||:||Painted the Other Woman|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2012-10-16|