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The Sister Swap Too Close For ComfortAnneit Was A Daring Deception, But She Always Put Her Family First Her Sister Desperately Needed Some Time Alone And Anne Would At Least Have The Chance To Study At College But There Was Something Someone She Hadn T Bargained For Hunter Lewisvisiting Professor And Anne S Very Attractive Neighbor He Was Soon Immensely Suspicious Of HerHowever, Hunter S Arrogant Assumptions About Anne Made It Easier For Her Not To Let Him Into Her Apartment Or Into Her Heart For It Would Be Disastrous If Hunter Discovered That Anne Had Been Left Quite Literally Holding The Baby [EPUB] ✺ Analysis of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples, Second Edition Author Jose L Tadeo – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk But She Always Put Her Family First Her Sister Desperately Needed Some Time Alone And Anne Would At Least Have The Chance To Study At College But There Was Something Someone She Hadn T Bargained For Hunter Lewisvisiting Professor And Anne S Very Attractive Neighbor He Was Soon Immensely Suspicious Of HerHowever [Ebook] ➩ Practical Research Methods in Education By Mike Lambert – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Hunter S Arrogant Assumptions About Anne Made It Easier For Her Not To Let Him Into Her Apartment Or Into Her Heart For It Would Be Disastrous If Hunter Discovered That Anne Had Been Left Quite Literally Holding The Baby


About the Author: Susan Napier

Perhaps being born on Valentine s Day was an omen that Susan Napier would become a romance writer This New Zealand author has written over 30 Mills Boon category romances since 1984 Napier and her husband Tony Potter met when they both worked at the Auckland Star newspaper After they married, she left the newspaper to work for a film company where she learned the art of dialogue After the birth of her sons, Simon and Ben, she was a freelance scriptwriter for documentaries It was soon after that she decided to try her hand at writing the romance fiction she dearly loved.She and her husband still live in the home they bought in Auckland shortly after their marriage.



10 thoughts on “The Sister Swap

  1. says:

    This book reminded me why Susan Napier was the auto buy author of my misspent youth She creates this hot sizzling chemistry with the wittiest repartee full of naughty wink wink innuendos and double entendres that leave you chuckling and


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re The Sister Swap Susan Napier brings us a snarktastic h being sneaky with a baby trope for her entry into the Dangerous Liaisons series.We start out with our redhe


  3. says:

    At 2 stars, I feel very generous These two just irritated me the whole way through the book This author just isn t for me.


  4. says:

    I don t think Susan Napier can write a bad HP I mean, I usually hate deception based plots there s always cringing as the lies crumble, and it s hard to sympathize with a liar caught in his her own trap but Napier can apparently make me like one.Anne Tremaine i


  5. says:

    let s call it a break


  6. says:

    The Sister Swap is the story of Anne and Hunter.When Anne decides to pretend to be her sister Katlin and babysit her nephew Ivan for the sake of her college grant, she never guessed she d end up having a tiff and subsequently falling for her surly neighbor and college professo


  7. says:

    Too Close for Comfort Anne it was a daring deception, but she always put her family first Her sister desperately needed some time alone and Anne would at least have the chance to study at college But there was something someone she hadn t bargained for.Hunter Lewis visiting professor


  8. says:

    It was funny.


  9. says:

    One of THE most humorous witty books ever and not just in Harlequin either sometimes the humor is realllllly raunchy but its still very spot on funny.The heroine s extremely in your face to the hero to the point where he has to back down cuz she s just so spunky.EEEEEEEEEEk I love this book although


  10. says:

    A cute read about a masquerade There were plenty of lighthearted moments and zany antics as the heroine tried not to give away that she was only pretending to be her sister I quite enjoyed both the hero and the heroine


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