Oh-So-Sensible Secretary / Housekeeper's Happy-Ever-After - Jessica Hart, Fiona Harper
The Oh-So-Sensible Secretary was interesting because it's one of the few Mills and Boon I've read that's written in the first person point of view. After a couple of pages I adjusted and enjoyed it--although a nitpick was the annoying naming of the nail polish the heroine kept changing. Like I cared. I hate nail polish.

A classic category with the hero falling in love and the heroine oblivious, blinded by her own insecurities. Enjoyed it.