A plum assignment in Mexico could seal a promotion for Leslie Williams who has pulled herself up the corporate ladder in record time. Fortune 500’s Dawson, Incorporated, is one of the city’s largest architecture firms, and she is determined to convince her chauvinistic boss she can outdo the best of them. First, she must learn to keep a lid on her temperament rather than continually being on the defensive due to the fact she is female. Because of prior relationships turned sour, she resists the temptation to recognize her superior’s positive attributes.
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Jason Taylor never thought much about the beginnings of the family's woolen business. The present branch had prospered under his management. After a company celebration, he takes the wrong exit back to London, which brings him to an old moss covered bridge. Beyond is a pathway that might lead him to civilization. It does...to his ancestral…
Brent Dawson’s primary focus is to rebuild the firm’s business after his father retires and turns the helm over to his son. However, Brent soon realizes his father has not always been straight forward in his dealings with partners and clients. Re-establishing the firm’s image and its revenues are his priorities. Having to deal with a female employee’s ego is certainly not included on the list. But, he realizes she is beyond competent–and possibly an amiable human being, if he can discern how to get through her exterior shell.
(Romantic sexual tension. No erotica)