3 edition of Deal of a Lifetime found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Buyers can range from an in-house management group to a competitor, or a third party could acquire a controlling share to finance future growth. But because she actually put priorities in order and wasn't available to nursemaid a minor cold she is the bad person for a child that isn't even her responsibility in any way shape or form? Which way does it go? in her statement that this book presents as "an adult fable".
I sat here with eyes wide open going. They left him, when his son was still young. The h is torn, because on one hand the H seems like a nice supportive person, he even helps her put her past destroyed relationship into perspective by claiming that the guy she was engaged to was to intimidated by her obvious talent and therefore had to dump her or turn her into a stay at home wife to assuage his own inadequacy and ego.
Backman, I purchased and read all your books within a year. To go back and make better choices, Deal of a Lifetime up for our mistakes, cho An introspective fable reflecting on the choices we make and the differences in people. " The ending is pretty darling and there was a lot of struggle throughout the book but overall pretty damn good! The H and a drunken h wind up having a forced making out in the closet Deal of a Lifetime drags her into and the h gets an additional humiliation of being caught by the former Big Boss and two of her job competitors when they come out.
A 99 cent gift would have had his readers jumping for joy. I did vaguely get the impression that he kind of wanted the heroine as a built-in nanny and executive, so he didn't have t I wanted to like this one SO BADLY. Because I am who I am. He begins to question how important life is. She is determined to make her way in the world. Securities, insurance, and advisory services offered through BOK Financial Securities, Inc.
Unfortunately it balances itself out with some of my least favourite tropes, including a single dad hero, a widowed hero who loved his wife, and an arseholeish hero who did not grovel enough at the end. "I tried to make you tough. I've received birthday cards that stirred more emotions within me than "The Deal of a Lifetime.
SN is a very good writer. He only was interested in her because he has some lust going on, but mainly cause he wants a mother for his son and that isn't her. In my opinion, this man knows the mind of a human being and the complexities of human nature like no other author I have ever read.
When Nick refuses, he takes Sophie hostage and threatens her if he doesn't.