Not For Sale



❮Download❯ ✤ Not For Sale Author Sandra Marton – E17streets4all.co.uk Lucas Vieira needs a translator to seal a high profile business deal and also a woman to pose as his girlfriend to fend off a colleague's overeager wife so why not kill two birds with one stoneLinguis Lucas Vieira needs a translator to seal a high profile business deal and also a woman to pose as his girlfriend to fend off a colleague's overeager wife so why not kill two birds with one stoneLinguist Caroline Hamilton jumps at the chance to earn some decent Not For Kindle - money But when she meets her client she realizes she may be out of her league The powerful Brazilian seems to be interested in than just her brainsIs the price of this passion too high.Not For Sale

I've been a writer one way or another all my life Before I could read I made up poems and my mom wrote them down for me In elementary school my teachers almost always let me write poems or stories instead of reuiring me to do art Not For Kindle - projects Always I dreamed of becoming a published writerand that dream came true I write novels about sexy powerful men and independent minded women and wh.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Not For Sale
  • Sandra Marton
  • English
  • 12 August 2016
  • 9780373129836

10 thoughts on “Not For Sale

  1. says:

    Brazilian Billionaire Lucas Vieira and Caroline Hamilton first meet on an arranged business date Lucas needs a date who speaks Russian and a pretend girlfriendthe Russian man Lucas is doing business with has a wife who has the hots for Lucas and he wants to put her off Later on through a mix up Lucas mistakenly thinks Caroline is a prostituteAfter someone breaks into Caroline’s apartment Lucas brings Caroline and her cat Oliver to stay at his lavish penthouse Lucas and Caroline start spending time together going to his beach house in the Hamptons Lucas is tossed between believing Caroline is a call girlprostitute or is she?? This misunderstanding eventually breaks them up Could Lucas have judged Caroline wrong?This was such an enjoyable readsweet sexy I really liked Caroline and her bedraggled and tattered cat Oliver Some of my favorite parts in the book were the hero’s interactions with the cat Caroline was a feisty independent and caring heroine Sometimes I really liked Lucas sometimes he got on my nerves mistrusting Caroline suspecting that she was something she wasn’t But everything turned out well in the endAnother wonderful read by Sandra Marton

  2. says:

    Cassiopeia ★★★★ ½ Up from the Brazilian slums billionaire Lucas Vieira not only needs a translator but someone to keep a businessman’s wife at a distance; translator Caroline Hamilton fits both roles perfectly Only due to a set up by one of his slimy mangers and a switch at the last minute by two graduate students with completely different motives Lucas thinks our heroine’s name is Dani Sinclair Then later than just mildly disgruntled Lucas comes to the conclusion she’s a call girl Perfectly reasonable all things considered IMHOThe first part of this book had me giggling with glee at the back of my throat; I do that when the dialogue if fresh the set up is delicious and the actions of the heroine unexpected I love that the talented Ms Marton can make me smile over minor characters such as Lucas’s hapless temporary personal assistant who keeps reminding him of her name and makes oily coffee or his poker faced housekeeper As far as the Hh there are several attempts by one or the other to clear things up or come to some sort of “closure” In addition they both have “mommy issues” – he doesn’t want someone like his who abandoned him to the hard streets of Rio and she doesn’t want to end up like hers hopelessly waiting in vain for Prince Charming Add in an attempted robbery a stray cat and argument over whether or not a constellation was Cassiopeia two people who are meant to be together trying to sort out their feelings an indecent proposal followed by declarations of hate and an abrupt departure and there you have it Oh and Oliver “The Cat from Hell” did I mention him? “Bite me” he said “and you’ll never see a bowl of Daintee Deelites again”The cat made a small uestioning sound Carefully in what looked like slow motion it leaned forward and pressed its battered head face first into Lucas’s palmThis was not fairLucas was not a cat personThe cat was not a Lucas personOver the last week they’d developed a gentleman’s understanding Lucas had tolerated the cat’s presence The cat had tolerated his Caroline had been their go between and yes she was gone but the cat still had food water and shelter What could a street cat possibly want?There were a few small missteps not so much in what happens as in the shift in tone or pacing; but still this one really worked for me Mostly because I loved Lucas who doesn’t understand his developing feelings for a prostitute and Caroline who doesn’t know what he wants from her You know that feeling when tears built up behind your eyes but you don’t uite let them loose? But then you keep reading Yeah this one is like that sniffle I was than delighted to see these two three? have their sweet HEA

  3. says:

    A great newer HP and my favorite one of Marton's this really hit the spot Hot sex and lots of it which does a good job of showing Lucas falling for Caroline despite what he believes she is Surprisingly the majority of the story seems to be from his POV unusual for HP and it's well written and credibly male In his mind he insists she's only a mistress while he worries when he can't reach her he reminds himself he doesn't like living with a woman underfoot while he rushes to fix her breakfast he says he's not a cat person then feeds and talks to her cat Poor guy fights a losing fight until his suspicions all blow up and he loses Caroline seemingly for good Excellent angst here on both their parts heck on all 3 parts including the cat's but especially on Lucas' part I know She's gone And you miss herHe swallowed hard Stroked his big hand over the cat's beat up earsDamnit he whispered so do IOliver offered another plaintive little meow raised his head and rubbed it against Lucas' jawLucas closed his eyes He felt moisture on his cheeks tasted salt on his lipsDid cats cry?They must for surely these tears could not be his PS Caroline was not a virgin as that couldn't work for this plot but it's made clear she had sex only once before and of course didn't enjoy it Good ol' HP

  4. says:

    You can tell this is a modern Harleuin Presents because the hero actually has a reason for thinking the heroine is a prostitute And it was kind of cool for awhile because he concluded that like him she had done whatever it took to survive and decided to live with it It was a bit of a letdown when he went all judgmental towards the end Still a very passionate and enjoyable read

  5. says:

    I have read uite a few books by this author and have really liked themThis is one of hers that I than liked and the second time I have read Not for Sale Just as enjoyable as the first timeMisunderstanding Huge oneLucas Viera ruthless Brazilian millionaire needs a Russian translator to pose as his girlfriend so he can close a multi million dollar dealCaroline Hamilton takes the place of the person Lucas had hiredand what happens next is so hilariousLucas believes Caroline to be a call girlthat’s right A prostitute So can a guy like him feel attracted to that kind of womaneven if she’s beautiful and speaks beautiful RussianWhen Caroline disappears after the successful business eveningwell he can’t get her out of his headso he goes on a hunt to find herThis is a sweet and sexy read and just loved their journey to finding their HEAA definite keep

  6. says:

    A misunderstanding story that begins with a one night stand and continues on as the besotted billionaire hero rescues the translator heroine her cat and her fern from her unsafe apartment and installs her in his NY penthouse apartment The heroine is blissfully ignorant of the crazy ideas the hero keeps coming up with in his own mind first his justification for falling for a prostitute heroine that's the big misunderstanding then his scheming to set her up in her own apartment even though he likes having her in his penthouse and finally his last ditch efforts to win her over and keep her with him forever This billionaire was surrounded by amoral people which explains why he was so suspicious of the heroine and everyone really His backstory was a little out there abandoned child from the slums of Rio to NJ foster care system and billionaire by 30 right But the author showed us his very busy mind and thought processes so if he was as maniacal about money as he was about the heroine well I can see why he was so successful His spirit animal was the feral cat the heroine adopted The heroine was a sweet Lynne Graham type heroine the perfect fit for this type A hero

  7. says:

    I just did not buy the HEAThe hero takes a huge leap of bad faith regarding the heroine who is actually very sweet He doesn't jump to a conclusion once but several times However there are a couple of times when he gets a little goofy over the heroine and his reaction to her that are partially redeeming Granted given his past he has much to be suspicious about but enough is enoughThose few time and the h herself elevated it to a three star barely With a little work on the dynamics and the h this could me much betterPLOT Upon re reading this I realized I should add a plot description Lucas a poor little rich tycoon was abandoned as a child and has trust issues with everybody Caroline is a poor student studying Russian She has abandonment and trust issues resulting from a needy mother who went from man to man Luke needs a Russian translator to stand in as his mistress not girlfriend but mistress so he can do business with a Russian tycoon hitched to a cougar with the hots for Lucas and I suspect anyone who is not her Russian tycoon A skeevy employee overhears Lucas' need for a translatormistress and sets him up with Dani a 10000 Russian translating hooker She in turn farms out the job to Caroline for 500 which is just so cheap and tacky Insta lust and two sexual encounters later Lucas thinks Caroline is Dani the 10000 Russian translating hooker despite the fact she lives in a slum Whew This is where the leaping to bad faith begins in boundsLucas is head over heels for Caroline but struggles with the fact he knows she essentially is a high class hooker Upon a second look maybe there will be an HEA

  8. says:

    I liked this Honestly I mostly picked it up because my husband has the same last name A lot of Portuguese settled in Hawaii where my father in law is from I think it's a fairly common surname Anyway it was a sweet read with likeable characters The misunderstanding was understandable and uite comical at times Loved the cat Great for a light read with a bit of angst at the end

  9. says:

    Very nice story of a man who mistakenly believes a woman is a call girl He had a reason for his belief but he did not treat her poorly So that was different on both counts A very sweet story and I loved both the hero and the heroine

  10. says:

    Basically the conundrum that faces all but the end of “Not for Sale” is whether or not the object of H’s lust sells herself along side selling her Russian translating skills The H is a Brazilian uber tycoon who has an important business dinner with a Russian tycoon and his wife a plastyue hussy who wants the H As the book opens the H has broken up with his Finnish model mistress and conseuently needs to find a date for the night who can both translate Russian for him and be attractive enough to pose as his mistress Enter the h Russian master’s student by day greasy spoon waitress by night All would have been well between the Hh except that there is some confusion about whether or not the h is actually a studentescort instead of the studentwaitress she claims to be And uite predictably the H has issues with love commitment women and relationships because of a traumatic impoverished childhood where numerous adults abandoned himFor me the big let down in the book was that I actually preferred the studentescort to the studentwaitress The escort was feisty and manipulative and I thought she would compliment the H who is a bit of a tool and doesn’t like to share his or Mother Nature’s toys I thought Sandra Marton was going to deviate from the current HP oeuvre with this h So I was imaginably disappointed when the actual h was introduced She was nice but the most interesting thing about her is her cat

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