Mr and Mischief

Mr and Mischief Will love conquerher boss Beautiful clever rich and determinedly single Emily Wood is the youngest ever head of HR at her company Whether dousing corporate fires or matchmaking lonely colleagues Em

  • Title: Mr and Mischief
  • Author: Kate Hewitt
  • ISBN: 9780263886634
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Will love conquerher boss Beautiful, clever, rich and determinedly single Emily Wood is the youngest ever head of HR at her company Whether dousing corporate fires or matchmaking lonely colleagues, Emily s at the top of her game Only her handsome, sardonic boss Jason Kingsley appears to remain immune to her charmJason is used to women falling at his feet, i butWill love conquerher boss Beautiful, clever, rich and determinedly single Emily Wood is the youngest ever head of HR at her company Whether dousing corporate fires or matchmaking lonely colleagues, Emily s at the top of her game Only her handsome, sardonic boss Jason Kingsley appears to remain immune to her charmJason is used to women falling at his feet, i but relationships, with all their illogical demands, are not for him So why does he find Emily so attractive She s a highly unsuitable target for his seduction and merger skills what with her misguided belief in the power of love

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    1. This was a okay read,Jason-Emma have grown together,they know each other very well are friends the age gap os 12 years though,Emma has crush on Jason from the age of 17,then at her sisters wedding she asks Jason to kiss her though he wanted to but cause he was a child he did'nt and Emma felt humiliated rejected,then they carry on Emma ignores Jason tries not to be where he is then after 7 years she lands in London asking for a job and Jason gives her but he always remains out of townEmma is good [...]

    2. Dari teman baik menjadi kekasih, jelas novel ini gagal total. Emily yg sdh dikenal baik oleh Jason sejak mrk masih kecil, masih bersikap kekanakan di mata Jason. Tidak cocok sbg istrinya. Yg saya heran tidak ada upaya dan usaha Jason utk meningkatkan hubungan mrk dari teman mjd kekasih. Sedangkan Emily sendiri sibuk mencomblangi teman-temannya. Dan mendadak booom tiba-tiba saja mrk sudah terdampar di tempat tidur dan lagi-lagi menyesali perbuatan spontan mrk. Emily yg kelewat idealis ttg cinta, [...]

    3. The heroine Emily and the hero Jason grew up together, Jason was always the sensible and almost authoritative one whereas Emily, 12 years younger, was scatty and a bit of a dreamer. Emily has grown into quite a competent and successful career woman, something that surprised both of them, but still has an edge of spontaneity about her. She likes to matchmake and generally be involved in the lives of the people around her. Jason sees this as meddling and tries to warn her off doing it, of course E [...]

    4. MR AND MISCHIEF by author Kate Hewitt is from Harlequin Modern line.Emily Wood is beautiful, clever, rich but single career girl with no interest in love and marriage. Yet she does matchmaking for her friends and co-workers to their happily-ever-after. Her boss and childhood crush, Jason Kingsley appears immune to the fact that Emily has grown up now. But he feels the chemistry between them sizzle and is hurt when Emily to cover her attraction, teases him as boring.In Jason’s view love hurt. I [...]

    5. Blurb:Beautiful, clever, rich - and determinedly single - Emily Wood is the youngest ever head of HR at her company. Whether dousing corporate fires or matchmaking lonely colleagues, Emily's at the top of her game. Only her handsome, sardonic boss Jason Kingsley appears to remain immune to her charmJason is used to women falling at his feet, but relationships, with all their illogical demands, are not for him. So why does he find Emily so attractive? She's a highly unsuitable target for his sedu [...]

    6. I loved the idea of M&B's based on classic literary romances and EMMA is probably my favourite Austen, so I obviously had to read Kate Hewitt‘s take on it. After a couple of false starts (tip – it’s THE MATCHMAKER BRIDE in the States, but MR AND MISCHIEF in the UK), I downloaded it onto my Kindle and ahhh, fun read.I did wonder how this would read to someone not familiar with EMMA because really, I had the original novel and its characters and plot at the back of my mind more often tha [...]

    7. This was an overall good book. There were definitely some slower parts and this was a little aggravating too, but I liked the plot and the good HEA. The characters were a little complex but stubborn and I definitely wanted to give them the heave-ho a few times. This was written well though. I'd say a good book but more for passing time and for something to read than one to search out.

    8. I really couldn't like the heroine, Emily Wood. I don't understand how she got the position she had as head of HR when she was so inept in interpersonal matters- ie playing "matchmaker".

    9. Emily Wood has spent the last five year working her way from the ground up to become the youngest HR in the history of her company. Emily has become a good matchmaker since she’s not looking for a relationship. She happens to work for Jason Kingsley a friend of the family that she threw herself at when she was a teenager. After his rejecting she pushed him out of her mind as nothing more than a professional manner. When he shows up back in town however she can’t deny her attraction for him.J [...]

    10. It's one of those books you should get at some charity shop or borrow from a friend, I'm afraid it was a disappointment for the most part. Emma is the immature woman she thinks she might be for most of the book, Jason is marginally better. There could have been more to this story of not knowing they both wanted love but refuse to acknowledge it, something to spice it up a little, give it more volume. I should have suspected it would be one of those fluffy reads given the size of the book but for [...]

    11. This Mills and Boon story, which is based loosely on Jane Austen's Emma, would've been so much more enjoyable to read if Hewitt had focused more on the central characters of Emily and Jason and less on the secondary plot involving the naive Helen (based on Harriet Smith). While Austen's machinations and manipulations of her characters work wonderfully, this novel tries to clumsily replicate the social snub of Mr Elton in modern times and it just doesn't work. You just end up massively annoyed th [...]

    12. Emily and Jason have know each others for years as they grew up with their families being friends. She now works for him and he is CEO of his own company and rich. He has been traveling for years and they haven't seen each other even though she works at his company. Now he is back to stay for a few months to find himself a wife. Emily is nothing like the wife material he has in mind. When they were younger - she 17 and him 29 - they danced once at a wedding and she asked him if he wanted to kiss [...]

    13. First of all, I have no idea what 'harlequin' is. Somebody dropped this book into my hands and said, "Read it, it's really good" so I did. I thought it was a pretty good book, although that may just be a little bit biased since I've got a weak spot for the whole CEO sexy boss falls in love blah blah blah (all thanks to Christina Lauren'sBeautiful Bastard , cuz goddamn it Bennet Ryan) but seriously. It was a decent experience for my first harlequin novel. No regrets.

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    15. more 2.5 stars instead of 3. hewitt is a decent writer, but i just didn't feel much empathy with, or fo, her hero and heroine.

    16. Liked this book a lot but the one I have is called mr and mischief but has all the same people in and it has same story so not sure if the title has been changed at some point.

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