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The Guardian's Forbidden Mistress He Couldn T Resist Her InnocenceNick Coleman Was One Of Sydney S Most Eligible Billionaires Love Em And Leave Em That Was Nick S Mantra But He Couldn T Do That To Sarah He Had Promised He Would Act As Her Guardian And Protect Her Yet He Wanted Her, Badly Sarah Was Soon To Claim Her InheritanceShe D Be A Sitting Duck To Predators Looking For A Rich, Innocent Girl Perhaps It Was Nick S Responsibility To Personally Teach Her How Wicked And Seductive A Man Could Be


About the Author: Miranda Lee

Miranda Lee was born at Port Macquarie, a popular seaside town on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, and is the youngest of four children Her father was a country school teacher and brilliant sportsman Her mother was a talented dressmaker When Miranda was ten, her father was transferred to Gosford, another coastal town in the countryside, much closer to Sydney After leaving her convent school, she briefly studied the cello before moving to Sydney, where she embraced the emerging world of computers Her career as a programmer ended after she married, had three daughters and bought a small acreage in a semi rural community Following this, she attempted greyhound training, as well as horse and goat breeding, but was left dissatisfied.Miranda yearned to find a creative career from which she could earn money When her sister suggested writing romances, it seemed like a good idea She could do it at home, and it might even be fun It took a decade of trial and error before her first romance, After the Affair, was accepted and published At that time, Miranda, her husband, and her three daughters had moved back to the Central Coast, where they could enjoy the sun and the surf lifestyle once again Not long into her writing career, Miranda committed herself to writing a six book series entitled, The Hearts of Fire, with a deadline of just nine short months Bravely, her husband left his executive position to stay home and support Miranda s writing career He learned to cook and to clean, two invaluable household skills Numerous successful stories followed, each embodying Miranda s trademark style pacy and sexy rhythms passionate, real life characters and enduring, memorable story lines She has one credo when writing romances Don t bore the reader Millions of fans world wide agree she never does.



10 thoughts on “The Guardian's Forbidden Mistress

  1. says:

    Wasn t as romancy as I was looking forward too Soon to be heiress Sarah Steinway has always had a crush on her guardian Nick Coleman When she comes home for Christmas after losing weight, she is prepared to make a splash in Nick s life But Nick is the love em and leave em type guy Claiming to unable to fall in love But finally giving in the temptation, Nick decides to show Sarah just how cruel men can be.


  2. says:

    the start was good, very promising n promised some gr8 angst but sara spoilt dat when she confessed derek was not her bf n was actually gay now come 2 nick..what kind of ass was dat he actually thought fucking sara mindless wud help her learn abt men abt the real world wud be 4 her own good it was pathetic, it was just an excuse 2 satisfy his rampant lust..


  3. says:

    OK, this is the 3rd boring ho hum HP I ve read this week and it did not hold my interest where is the tension and the angst Sorry, but I m going back to Betty Neels again She knew how to write.


  4. says:

    There s a weird little thing that niggles at me about Harlequin Mills Boons, which is the use of the word female where woman would have been better, IMO Did woman get over used and have to be retired, or something I have no idea whether it s an editorial decision or whether authors have just all decided to do it for themselves, because it s pretty consistent across the HM B books I ve read, this strange, almost clinical female where the word woman would have done To the point where There s a weird little thin


  5. says:

    The Guardian s Forbidden Mistress is the 18th stand alone romance novel by Australian author, Miranda Lee Sarah Steinway has been in love with Nick Coleman since she was eight and her father employed him as a chauffeur Nick has been attracted to Sarah since she appeared in a tiny bikini on her sixteenth birthday, but, of course, he can t act on the attraction because, as her guardian, he promised her father on his deathbed he would protect her And while he is now Sydney s most handsome and el The Guardian s Forbidd


  6. says:

    It was an okay read I started reading around Christmas, but after half of the story I lost my interest and started to read something else, and after 1 month I read it again till the end this time I m not blaming the story, it was all on my mood I enjoyed it, it was kinda meh and the ending was kinda rushed in my opinion.


  7. says:

    La verdad, leer que la raz n del H para no involucrarse con la h es su juventud e inocencia y luego leerla a ella hablando de que ha tenido amantes Sus anteriores amantes Plural pues como que queda un poco est pido la excusa que da la autora.


  8. says:

    I called him a Bastard at one stage in the story Still not sure about him I think my favourite person in the book was her gay gym trainer.


  9. says:

    Plot a bit of a slow burner


  10. says:

    2.5 Unimpressed StarsThis one did not do it for me I couldn t relate to the H h I found the story superficial with no real depth to it The H was the guardian to the h He lusted after her since she was 16 mind you, he s many many years older than she is He restrained himself until right before her 25th birthday and then decided to have a dirty affair with her There wasn t ever a real feeling that these two really loved each other The H is a whore and the h is an idiot They were just as 2.5 Unimpressed StarsThis one did not do it for me I couldn


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