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Just Business

Just Business What should be just business becomes much when two women agree to a deal that changes their lives Real estate tycoon Dillon Matthews in the middle of negotiating the deal of her life is stunned when

  • Title: Just Business
  • Author: Julie Cannon
  • ISBN: 9781602820524
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • What should be just business becomes much when two women agree to a deal that changes their lives Real estate tycoon Dillon Matthews, in the middle of negotiating the deal of her life, is stunned when the owner of the small parcel of land she desperately needs to complete her latest project presents the final condition she must meet to close the deal Callie SheffielWhat should be just business becomes much when two women agree to a deal that changes their lives Real estate tycoon Dillon Matthews, in the middle of negotiating the deal of her life, is stunned when the owner of the small parcel of land she desperately needs to complete her latest project presents the final condition she must meet to close the deal Callie Sheffield is struggling to pay the attorney she has hired to appeal her brother s conviction for a crime he didn t commit When Dillon and Callie meet by chance, they realize each has what the other needs A simple business transaction will give them both what they need until love threatens to derail the negotiations.

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    1. Loek Krancher on said:

      Why can't I give a 5 plus?I've read the book, I have listening to the audiobook and I enjoyed both. There were touching scenes, the attraction and tension was spellbinding and the cast of secondary people was really good and adorable. The story is excellent written and it will wrap around your heart. I'm so glad that I added this book to my collection. Yes, I can highly recommend it.

    2. Jem on said:

      With a cover like that, who doesn't want to read this book. Except that neither of the ladies in the cover looks anything like the lead character Dillon, who prefers boxers with planes, boats or other silly decors. Anyway, the whole book can be summarized with one word: Karma. Dashing millionaire lady-killer Dillon uses a vulnerable woman to further a business deal. (Note: In real life, who wouldn't jump at the chance to be Mrs. Dillon--certainly not me!) But this is fiction, so lets bear with t [...]

    3. Anna on said:

      Since the basic plot is one we're all familiar with (in chick flicks it's usually known as "at first it was just a bet, but now I really do love you!") Just Business hinges on character development and quality of writing. The good news? It was an engaging read, with believable characters and an honest moment of "geez, how are they ever going to fix this?" I loved Callie and the parts about her brother as well as the elderly couple who take Callie and Dillon under their wings. Dillon is perhaps l [...]

    4. Frank Van Meer on said:

      I don't know. The whole premise seems a bit silly (not to mention it's nowhere near to what the blurb says) and rather implausible. It just doesn't make sense to go through a whole charade as a means to acquire a small tract of land, because your whole project depends on it. To me, it seems much easier and cheaper to adjust your designs and build around it. (Edith Macefield House in Seattle, anyone?).Now, if it had been your grandmother's will, stipulating you need to be married and produce an h [...]

    5. Lex Kent on said:

      I really enjoyed this. I think this just went to the top of my favorite Julie Cannon book list. I was so angry at Dillon, reading this book. How could she be so cruel and manipulative?! But by the end, all I could hope for was a HEA for Dillon and Callie. I can not remember a book were I went from hating a main character to rooting for her. Julie Cannon masterfully wrote this to make you forgive "the bad one". This romance is enjoyable, different, and well written. Don't pass this one up!

    6. Kathryn on said:

      Very butch writerunattractive concepts. The main chacter is butch and comments about her wife as a man would condescend to his wife. 'Sweet little empty-headed thing that she is'. I hoped those days were gone forever. But they are very much alive and well in Butch Literature, unfortunately. I actually liked the chacter of Calley. She was the only one with any substance. However, I did not like the overall story line.

    7. Gaelle Cathy on said:

      Honestly I really liked this book until I got to the end. The last 50 pages are a "nightmare" to read because they're the same thing said over and over again. It's a shame because it was the easiest I'd gotten into a story in a long time, but how annoying was the writing of the ending (which in itself is good, normal). But the author beats around the bushes for too long, saying the same thing from page to page.

    8. Karsyn on said:

      I really really dispised Dillon. She should have told Callie what she was thinking, Callie would have agreed. Instead she was a lying piece of shit. I wish they didn't end up with a HEA. I would have liked the book a lot more. Dillon didn't deserve Callie or to get everything she wanted and a HEA.

    9. Rach (Les Rêveur) on said:

      So after reading this a second time I've upped the this from 2 star to 3 stars. It definitely was better second time round. I was still extremely angry at Dillion for her callus attitude to sharing her life & marriage with someone. However people make mistakes and if you can get over that it's actually a okay read!

    10. Milkiways on said:

      At first I like to say don't be mislead by the book cover, there is much more to this book than the cover! About the plot (read synopsis) wise, its terrific way different than usual romance novels. The writing is a little witty and gets more and more interesting towards the end. The story is also bit predictable but you will never know which path the writer will chose until the end. My only complaint is, towards the end the writer seemed to make the same point over and over and repeated the voca [...]

    11. Louise Chambers on said:

      The usual Lesbian trash romance. I'm not sure why I thought I would like it. I am more a fan of the down and dirty "erotica" than I am of this formulaic literature.

    12. veronica on said:

      BuenísimoEl principio del libro te atrapa con la frase ¡ Cómo el llegado hasta aquí! Que te invita a quererlo averiguarlo y que cuando llegues al final va a decir Come on!!!!

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