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I lowered myself onto the lavish silk-covered chair, swallowing tightly I peered down at my badly ironed, outmoded office-girl get-up. How could an ordinary girl with an unnatural fondness for vintage clothes and art, find herself amongst a room of hopefuls looking more like supermodels? The boss’s name was a mystery. But judging by the opulent surroundings, he was filthy rich with impeccable, old-world tastes.The following day, my life changed, from impoverished art history graduate to someone with a charge account and company car. And then there was my new hot boss.  Enigmatic and generous, Aidan Thornhill was insanely handsome.  His liquid gaze stripped me bare right to my very soul, making my skin sizzle.

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Even in that antiquated green cardigan and mess of black hair stacked up in a sagging bun, Clarissa Moone took my breath away.With a heart just as beautiful, Clarissa’s soft,
well-educated manner along with her curvaceous, classic beauty left me speechless.I broke every rule in my book.One gaze from those large dark eyes and my body, mind and soul stirred to the point of no return.

 

 

 

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50 Shades of Grey was the first contemporary romance book I’d ever read. Up to that point, I’d spent my entire reading life buried in literature. But then, one day, I picked up 50 Shades of Grey and couldn’t put it down. Impressed by their heartfelt, down-to-earth portrayal of love and sex, I quickly developed a voracious appetite for contemporary romance books. I was so inspired by the genre that I decided to explore that world as a writer. After completing a certificate in Writing Romance with the Australian College of Journalism, I embarked on writing three books. All of which still remain on my computer. Then Aidan Thornhill entered my imagination and came alive on paper. From that moment, like all emotional love stories, nothing else mattered. I fell in love. And was compelled to write, almost in a frenzy, every day without fail.  I am presently working on my latest novel, The Importance of Being Wild.