The Seduction Game
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by Anastasia Maltezos
Description: Naughty or nice? What do men really want? Adam Tyler is gorgeous and charismatic, but his millionaire status attracts the wrong kind of woman. When his sister places a personals ad to help him meet a nice girl and settle down, he's downright furious--he enjoys his "singlehood." The ad attracts a pretty school teacher, but meeting her is the last thing he wants to do. However, when faced with his sister's persistence, he resigns himself to a dinner date. After all, A date with a quiet, unassuming teacher might be an interesting diversion. One evening won't jeopardize his coveted bachelorhood. Writer Kate Moore thinks the male subject is perfect. She'll first meet this eligible bachelor as "Kate the schoolteacher"--sweet, mildly appealing, and very, very nice. Then she'll meet him as "Katrina"-- exciting, sexy, and very, very naughty. She can test her theory, quietly disappear, and settle back with another bestseller under her belt. What could go wrong?
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., 2011 2011
eBookwise Release Date: December 2011
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [175 KB]
Reading time: 110-154 min.
"When my sister said I would have an interesting evening, somehow I don't think this is what she had in mind."
Kate spun around and found herself staring up at the stranger. His mouth was tense.
"Excuse me?" she croaked.
He handed her a white piece of lined paper. Her stomach jolted as she recognized it, the note she had given the maitre d'.
"Care to explain this?"
"You're ... you're..."
"Adam Tyler. It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance."
"But your eyes aren't blue," she blurted.
"Evidently," he countered smoothly, but the muscle working along his jaw told her he was quite angry. "And you're not a schoolteacher."
"I ... I'm not?" Kate responded weakly.
"No. I'm beginning to think you're some kind of witch who is hell bent on driving me mad. Would you mind explaining to me why you ran off like that?"
He didn't know. Thank God. "Mr. Tyler--"
"Adam. Surely we can dispense with the formalities seeing there's nothing formal about our relationship."
Kate stiffened. "We don't have a relationship."
"Somehow I get the feeling having a relationship with you would be a full-time job."
"And what is that supposed to mean?" she asked, irked.