Secrets Of Autumn
It was too tempting to make architect Graham Kimble her final research subject for her dissertation, Autumn Stanton decided when she agreed to fill in as his secretary. Determined to prove that women controlled men's reactions by how they chose to appear, Autumn masqueraded as Agatha--dowdy but capable, a woman who'd never have a chance with the handsome man-about-town. How could she know Graham had sworn off gorgeous bubble-heads and vowed to settle down with a plain, intelligent female whose looks were nothing special? When Autumn fell in love for real, she panicked, confessed her charade--and drove Graham away, furious at her deception. Could he understand that, in baggy polyester or slinky silk, she was the spirited and caring woman he loved?