HIS GIRL FRIDAY
Sally Friday is a mess. Not only is she tortured by self-doubt, but she is also clumsy and has no fashion sense. However, these qualities are exactly what her boss is counting on when she sends her to spy on reclusive millionaire playboy, Roman Daniels. Sally, normally an office clerk for the gossip magazine, Normandy, interviews for the position as Roman’s new secretary. His jealous PA, Antonia, immediately hires the girl, confident that her disheveled appearance will make her invisible to Roman’s wandering eye. Reliably disaster-prone, Sally makes a memorable first impression, and Roman wonders if he will survive her employment. But there is something about Sally that Roman can’t dismiss. Unlike every other woman, she is unswayed by his masculine good looks, and he keeps catching intriguing glimpses of her feminine potential.
When Sally takes a midnight dip in his pool, Roman makes an eye-popping discovery: Sally is hiding a luscious hour-glass figure beneath those baggy clothes. Her hidden assets as well as her refreshing innocence have Roman hooked. That is, until his growing feelings and fear of commitment get in the way and he decides to back off. With the help of Roman’s best friend Paul, Sally plays to Roman’s jealousy and gives him a taste of his own medicine. But what will Roman do when Sally’s deceit is revealed?
“I’ve always liked the idea of a heroine with major issues whose sweet personality shines through and wins her the Prince Charming she so richly deserves. In my story, a clumsy inept woman catches the eye of a serious womanizing millionaire who could have anyone. Although she has potential physically, Sally does not win Roman with her looks. It is her sheer magnetism that attracts him—her combination of sweet innocence and uncalculated sex appeal. He doesn’t give in easily, of course. Roman has sworn not to settle down with one woman, ever.”
— Author’s Note
Praise for HIS GIRL FRIDAY
“His Girl Friday, by Ellen March was a delightful read. I absolutely LOVED Sally and Paul the gardener. They were absolutely hilarious! Every girl needs a gay best friend, and I was enthralled with their relationship and antics! This book was 1/3 romance, 1/3 erotic, and 1/3 comedy!” Read more ….
–A Well-Read Woman
5 Stars: “I laughed so hard at the beginning of this book at times it was hard to breathe…. The last few twists I did not see coming at all, and I love that. The end of the book made me very happy for everyone involved. This was such a fun read, and I loved the characters, the supporting characters were just as important as the main ones in this book, in my opinion.” Read more ….
–Eat, Sleep, Read: Ramblings of a Book Lunatic