JANE MILLIONAIRE
by Janice Lynn

December 2005
ISBN: 0-505-52664-6
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Mass Market Paperback
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Police officer Jill Davidson finds herself playing the role of ĎJaneí for a new reality show called Jane Millionaire. Her sister Jessica is the one who actually won the role, but when she unexpectedly gets engaged she begs her sister to take her place. Jill is used to fixing her sisterís problems and has felt responsible for her since the death of their parents, even though she is only a year older.



Producer Rob Lancaster hates the idea of reality TV, but is working on this project as a favor to a friend, and because if the ratings are good enough he will have the opportunity to produce a show heís written. When the host bows out at the last moment Rob finds himself forced to fill the role, though heís much happier behind a camera than in front of it.



Though the goal of the show is for Jane to choose among the twelve bachelors she finds herself undeniably attracted to the sexy producer instead. Rob canít seem to get her out of his mind either, though itís completely against the rules for them to become involved. But despite the best of intentions he gives in to his desires and finds himself falling for this captivating beauty.



As in real reality TV, there are twists and secrets and surprises constantly being introduced to make this forbidden relationship even more difficult to navigate. Will Rob be able to put aside his fears and the pain from his past before he loses the woman of his dreams?



Jillís character is a strong woman who does something completely uncomfortable in the name of sisterly love. As a result of being on the show she learns so much about herself. Sheís a strong person, both physically and mentally and it was fun to see her competitive streak shine through.



Whether or not you enjoy these types of shows, this book should appeal to romance fans who enjoy reading about two strong characters who overcome all the obstacles in the path of true love. Settle back and get ready to smile and cheer on these two engaging characters.


Reviewed in January 2006 by Jackie.

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