His Virgin Acquisition

His Virgin Acquisition When Elaine gives her business presentation to Marco De Luca she thinks she can be cool calm and collected She s wrong The fierce tycoon can see straight through her shapeless suits and scraped back

  • Title: His Virgin Acquisition
  • Author: Maisey Yates
  • ISBN: 9780263213966
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When Elaine gives her business presentation to Marco De Luca she thinks she can be cool, calm and collected She s wrong The fierce tycoon can see straight through her shapeless suits and scraped back hair and get right under her skin Ruthless awakening She may have proposed marriage as the perfect business arrangement, but suddenly Elaine s not quite so confident Marco When Elaine gives her business presentation to Marco De Luca she thinks she can be cool, calm and collected She s wrong The fierce tycoon can see straight through her shapeless suits and scraped back hair and get right under her skin Ruthless awakening She may have proposed marriage as the perfect business arrangement, but suddenly Elaine s not quite so confident Marco s made it clear that he s no modern man if he takes a wife he wants a ravishing beauty by his side, and at his beck and call day and night

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    • Maisey Yates

      New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit In 2009, at the age of twenty three Maisey sold her first book Since then it s been a whirlwind of sexy alpha males and happily ever afters, and she wouldn t have it any other way Maisey divides her writing time between dark, passionate category romances set just about everywhere on earth and light sexy contemporary romances set practically in her back yard She believes that she clearly has the best job in the world.

    383 thoughts on “His Virgin Acquisition

    • The blurb on this book got my attention when I received it in the mail with the monthly shipment of Harlequin Presents. I liked the idea of the heroine approaching the hero for a business-oriented marriage, and him turning the tables on her by making their marriage a real, physical one. I can honestly say I wasn't disappointed. I found Maisey Yates' writing to be very solid in this story. I liked how she skillfully used narration and dialogue to reveal the characters to me. She shows a skill in [...]

    • Elaine proposes to Marco by PowerPoint presentation. She’s got graphs and charts! Sure, they don’t know each other at all, but married tycoons are wealthier than single tycoons and Elaine’s got the figures to prove it She also, Marco can see, has a pretty sweet figure of her own, under her terrible suits. He’s intrigued.Elaine wants her father’s company. Her dad is on the verge of selling the family electronics company to Marco, and has put in a clause stipulating that Elaine can’t b [...]

    • A fresh and exciting twist at the marriage of convenience. When Marco finishes listening to Elaine's business proposal, he's upset because she's wasting his time. The woman's brilliant business presentation is a marriage of convenience. Before he calls security to remove this insane person, he takes a second look at her. The icy business facade intrigues him. Elaine's proposal becomes a challenge.The magnate could use a wife to impress a traditional businessman whose property he wants to acquire [...]

    • Elaine is desperate to get her father's company. Her father, still stuck in the middle ages, won't let her inherit or buy it. But she can get it as a settlement in a divorce. So she proposes a plan to Marco. Nice plan, if not for her attraction to him. Of course they end up in bed and she falls for him.Marco was born to wealth but his father cast his mother and his siblings on the streets (that part I really don't understand, why would he do that, no reason was given). He took care of his brothe [...]

    • For a debut novel, this was a great read. It felt a little clunky in the beginning, and the happy ending didn't quite clickbut overall, I would give it four stars for the content, passion and some wonderfully unique characters. My only dissatisfaction is that the hero went from anger and disposing of the heroine, to madly in love and I can't live without you just a flip of the switch I think a more experienced author would have spent more time getting the reader to understand his journey ultimat [...]

    • Pretty good romance! I got annoyed with the hero a couple of times but I never thought he was a heartless bastard. The heroine was 100% fantabulous and it all ended up great! I also couldn't help but notice this was a bit too steamy for a Maisey Yates book. Well done!

    • WOW! What a book! The suspense leading up to the first love scene was nail biting. I loved the banter, chemistry, and passion that burned between Elaine, and Marco.Elaine’s father was old fashion, and believed women should be in the kitchen. He would not let Elaine have his company, the company that she has always loved. She found a loop hole, when she read the papers, stating that Marco would get the company. It all started out as a sound business deal. There was supposed to be no emotions in [...]

    • I thoroughly enjoyed this debut novel from Maisey Yates. The chemistry and snappy conversation between Marco and Elaine kept me interested during the entire read. I would have given it a 5, except there were two things in the book that bothered me a little. 1) Without saying too much, there was a man who insulted Elaine right in front of Marco, and he didn't say a word! He didn't come to her defense. I realize Ms. Yates probably wanted to show the heroine standing up for herself, but Marco shoul [...]

    • What would you do to get what was rightfully yours? If you are Elaine you'd go to the man who bought your father's company, the company that should be rightfully yours, and you'd proposition him. It should have been a simple arrangement, one that would benefit them both but when gasoline meets a lit match nothing is simple about the explosion to follow. His Virgin Acquisition is an originally awesome book that tugs at the heartstrings and not only has the reader suspending belief but convinces a [...]

    • I wasn't crazy about the hero.eferred the heroine.Nice story but not one of my favorites by this author.

    • Las heroínas de Maisey Yates no son de mis preferidas. Pero ella escribe bien así que siempre le doy oportunidades. Esta no es de sus inolvidables, sin duda.

    • I've been a follower of the Harlequin Present line for many, many years and have always thoroughly enjoyed them.With that being said, I didn't care for this book. I admired the writing, as I found little to no fault with it. However, perhaps I've been reading too many books like this. You have a female, blonde of course, who entangles herself with a very Latin male. He's arrogant, overbearing, extremely wealthy and most importantly, cynical and jaded. Am I the only one that's growing weary of th [...]

    • I was extremely elated for the first half of the book to come across a HP writer of today that I could really like. My preference really run to the old favorites. Then the middle of the book happened or rather didn't really happen. The resolution was no better. I think I still need a little convincing that he loves her, because his actions say otherwise. He gave her permission to see another guy! Yes, very convincing! I think she deserves more wooing than a Chinese take out that was such a let d [...]

    • Great read I liked the ending the plot and the concept. She presented him with a business deal for marriage for a strong business on his part and hers to get her fathers company it was suppose to be strictly a business marriage but turns into something else . This is my first book by this author I will try more of her work

    • This was a really good read. This was Maisey Yates first Harlequin Presents. I really like the way Marco and Elaine's relationship started as a business deal a grew into love. it was fun love the fights even both of them being jealous. it worked.

    • This book is a amazing, and I love all of Maisey Yates books. There is passion, romance, and some good fights. :)

    • I like the role reversal in this one the h talks the H into a MOC that has got to be a first! Of course she does her presentation to convince him looking a frumpy hot mess but this is romance land so you know she's a swan disguised as an ugly duckling underneath those crap suits.Our H is of course a hot blooded sort so there's no way he's gonna settle for a platonic marriage so it's the full monty or nothing. Again this is romance land so contraception is either forgotten or fails and this book [...]

    • Para quem já não lia livros destes, foi um regressar à minha juventude, sim porque comecei a ler livros da harlequim quando saiam na revista telenovelas, mas com este livro rapidamente cheguei à conclusão de que este livro foi um pouco estúpido. Há frases que são de perder a cabeça, e literalmente sem nexo. Para quem já leu, há de certeza concordar O romance em si é bom mas não me cativou por alguma estupidez metida pelo meio.aviciadadoslivros/

    • Marco needs more money. Elaine needs to her birthright - the company her father sold to Marco. She suggests a marriage of convenience so they can accomplish both. But it is only to be a business arrangement, since Elaine has ambitions and Marco doesn't trust women. But both are attracted to the other and really, what's the harm in a little affair if they're already married?I'm a huge fan of Maisey Yates, but this one just didn't work for me. Many others by this author have, but this one not so m [...]

    • 2.5*Full review: 27/08/2013The Virgin Bride vs The Arrogant-Sexy Billionaire.Who will win? *smirk*At first, I don’t like Marco. He seems too judgmental and sexist. Though he had a childhood trauma, it doesn’t give you a reason to judge others. But in the middle, once love has taken place, he turns to a romantic person. Really liked the endearments that Marco used when speaking with Elaine. ‘Bella’, ‘Amore Mia’, ‘Cara’ he knew how to melt his bride.Elaine on the other hand, was a [...]

    • This HP was just a bit too formulatic even for me. (The billionaire, the virgin, the company, the prenup, the unplanned pregnancy) I liked it but it won`t fall back into my reread pile Daring proposal When Elaine gives her business presentation to Marco De Luca she thinks she can be cool, calm and collected. She's wrong! The fierce tycoon can see straight through her shapeless suits and scraped-back hair to get right under her skin Ruthless awakening! She may have proposed marriage as the perfec [...]

    • 4*The title is stupid. Besides that I was amazed that I really liked the book :DI love how it started: the crazy woman proposing marriage and talking about how it will increase sales figures and profits. It was a new thing :D Another thing I liked about the book was that they didn't fall in bed together from the start(amazing, I know). And the thing that made me give 4*: she left him and he went after her and groveled! I mean :D in this books they usually grovel at the end, BUT I liked that she [...]

    • I actually quite liked this. The initial story of the heroine proposing to the hero on the basis that he would make more money by being married and in exchange would give her her father's company was patently ridiculous but the characters were sympathetic and the development of the relationship between the two was well drawn.The hero's hard bitten cynical attitude came across as genuine and his eventual realisation of the heroine's worth was very satisfactory.

    • Es el segundo libro que leo de esta escritora y hasta ahora me está gustando su forma de escribir y sus historias. Hasta el momento este libro se ha convertido en mi favorito, la historia me ha gustado mucho, espero que los demás libros de ella sean igual de lindos que este. Son libros ligeros, cortos, para leer en esos momentos en los que buscas pasar el tiempo.

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