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Let's Get It On

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  • Posted November 13, 2012

    A Must Read!

    Let's Get It On is a really great four-story book. Each of the authors are amazing, they are four of my favorite authors and I recommend you read not only this book but also other books by these authors Rochelle Alers, Donna Hill, Brenda Jackson, and Francis Ray.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2005

    A huge disappointment!!

    I love books by these authors, especially those by Jackson and Alers, but I had to struggle to read this book. The dialogue made me want to gag, the stories didn't flow (Ms Alers kept adding unnecessary paragraphs)...I didn't even finish reading the book! All in all, it was a huge let-down. I'm very disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2004

    Simply Wonderful

    I enjoyed reading this story very much. I liked how you built the attraction between Tyrone and Sydney. I am glad that they came together and that he wanted her to be his everything.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2004

    Great for a rainy afternoon.

    Love Lessons by Rochelle Alers/////// Viola Chapman is a teacher at Carver High School. She contacts Tyrell Hardcastle (among several others) to discuss the school's vocational Cooperative Initiative. Tyrell is one of the owners of 'Leo's Supper Club' in D.C. The attraction sparks quickly, but Tyrell must overcome Viola's objections to him being younger than her. ............................. Lady In Waiting by Donna Hill////// Noah Hardcastle and Tara Mitchell are engaged, but Noah keeps putting off the idea of actually setting a date. Things get rocky when Rachel shows up in D.C. She had left Noah five years ago to become a jazz pianist. Now she is rich, famous, and determined to get Noah back. ....................... Irresistible Attraction by Brenda Jackson////// Tyrone 'Roni' Hardcastle is the Entertainment Director of 'Leo's Supper Club' in D.C. He meets Sydney Corbain as he caters a triple wedding. Neither expected to run into each other in New York nine months later. ............................. Blind Date by Francis Ray///// Tanner Rafferty is a wealthy businessman currently in D.C. to make sure his new hotel opens on time. While having lunch at Leo's, his eyes fall upon Ayanna Hardcastle. Ayanna is trying to keep her best friend from setting her up on any more blind dates. In a moment of madness, Ayanna says that she is already seeing someone. However, Ayanna did not expect Tanner to come up to the table and pretend to be the one she is dating. ................................... **** Four great stories by four of today's hottest African-American romance authors. The book downright sizzles in some areas, so consider yourself warned. Each story centers around the restaurant owned by the Hardcastle family. This novel is ideal for those rainy afternoons that you find yourself stuck indoors. ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2004

    hello

    This book was great. I enjoyed all the stories except Donna Hill. It was ok, but could have been done better

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    four superb contemporary romances

    Rochelle Alers. DC Carver High School teacher Viola Chapman is responsible for this year¿s career initiative event so she sent letters to twenty-two businesses soliciting their help. Tyrell Hardcastle, part owner of Leo's Supper Club, agrees to meet with Viola. When they meet they are attracted to one another, but Viola feels she is too old for the younger man.--- Donna Hill. Noah Hardcastle and Tara Mitchell are engaged, but he refuses to set a date. Jazz pianist Rachel Beaumont returns to town after leaving Noah to further her career five years ago. She plans to retrieve Noah.--- Brenda Jackson. Roni Hardcastle is away from the supper club to teach music for six weeks at Columbia. He fondly thinks back nine months to when he met Sydney Corbain at her brother¿s wedding and would not mind seeing her again. His wish comes true as the litigation lawyer is taking a needed rest in town.--- Francis Ray. Tanner Rafferty visits D.C. to ensure that his new hotel opens on time. He is having lunch at Leo's when he overhears Ayanna Hardcastle tells her friend Sheri she is seeing someone so she does not want a blind date with the latest hunk offering. Tanner sees an opening to meet the beautiful woman so he joins their table saying he is her boyfriend.--- These four superb contemporary romances each center each on one of the admirable Hardcastle siblings. Each tale is a delightful stand alone yet enhances the other novellas with consistent use of family members and the club they own, making for a delightful anthology.--- Harriet Klausner

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