Cassie's Grand Plan (Paperback)
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Short Description for Cassie's Grand Plan Cassie Hartman knows what she needs to do to get her life under control. First, she'll get herself promoted. Then she'll update her appearance. Steps three and four--marriage and family--well, those will have to wait. DeverThen Ronan McGuire shows up. The too-sexy, too-polished business consultant has the power to derail Cassie's plans before she's even really started. If he doesn't approve her pr
- Published: 06 March 2012
- Format: Paperback 283 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780373717699 ISBN 10: 0373717695
- Sales rank: 209,785
Reviews for Cassie's Grand Plan
A Super Romance!
CASSIE'S GRAND PLAN by debut author Emmie Dark is a March 2012 release from Harlequin Super Romance.
Cassie Hartman had a plan- to get promoted, get her appearance updated then get married and have a family!
Ronan McGuire was distracting her plans. He was here to get her fired, wasn't he? So what was his place in Cassie's plan? Can she trust him after his betrayal?
Ronan had to work extra hard all the way up the corporate ladder to prove himself to his father, would he lose all for Cassie now?
CASSIE'S GRAND PLAN is a sensational romance with a strong heroine in Cassie, snappy dialogue and tender sweet and exciting moments. Emmie Dark has written a superb, engrossing and fascinating romance which kept my interest reverted from the very beginning. by Nas Dean
This is Emmie Dark's debut for Harlequin Superromance and it's a cracker.
(Declaration - Emmie is not only a good friend of mine, she's a crit partner as well and fellow MRWG member).
Cassie Hartman is magnificent at running a business, but her personal life is collecting cobwebs.
She's created a four-step plan for balanced home-work perfection. When Ronan McGuire walks into her world, she's tempted to skip straight to steps three and four.
The joy in reading this is not whether Cassie will end up with hunky Ronan McGuire, but how. Emmie does a sensational job of creating believable characters with relatable backstories and present-day foibles. The end result is beautifully satisfying. by Ebony McKenna