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by Marie Rochelle
Category: Erotica/Multicultural-Interracial Erotica/Romance
Description: Why does everyone keep telling her that she needs a man? That's the question that keeps running through Nicey Johnson's mind. She's quite content running her matchmaking business Pamper Me and doesn't want a man in her life. At least she thinks she is until a chance meeting with the blonde hunk in the parking garage. Will Nicey take a chance on her blonde hunk or will she play it safe? Spencer Carlton is tired of being asked out on dates because of aspiring actress wanting to get closer to his famous Soap Opera sister. That is why when he spots the gorgeous chocolate dipped beauty hurrying past his car he decides to lie about who he is when he asks her out on a date. After a rocky starts Nicey starts to fall for Spencer but will all of it be ruined when she finds out his secret? Or can Spencer make Nicey forgive him in time to become his Valentine's Day sweetheart?
eBook Publisher: Red Rose Publishing/MC/IR, 2007 2007-11-15
eBookwise Release Date: December 2007
51 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [192 KB]
Reading time: 131-184 min.
"Excuse me. Can I talk to you for a few minutes?" a rich voice asked cutting through her thoughts as Nicey made her way towards her parked car.
Gasping, she spun around and stared up into the bluest eyes she had ever seen in her life. The man behind her was absolutely gorgeous. She couldn't help but to look away from his eyes to get a better look at his body.
His massive shoulders filled out the black coat he was wearing and it stopped right past his knees. He looked very powerful, with his wide chest and muscular build.
Nicey dragged her eyes away from his physique back to his face. The set of his chin suggested a hidden stubborn streak while his lips were firm and sensual. They made her wonder if he was a good kisser.
Would he know how to use those lips on her?
She slowly continued her appraisal of him and realized that his blond hair was a stark contrast to his naturally tanned skin. There was no doubt about it even in a crowd of men, his presence was stand out and make the others fall into the background.
"Do I know you?" she asked taking a step back closer to her car.
What in the hell was wrong with her staring at a stranger like that?
She didn't get an immediate sense of danger being in his presence, but a woman never knew nowadays.
"No, you don't," he smiled displaying a row of perfect white teeth, "and that's why I stopped you."