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Mr. Satisfaction

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    i   love   this  book  i am  a  person  that loves  romance  nov

    i   love   this  book  i am  a  person  that loves  romance  novels 

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  • Posted October 20, 2011

    Skip the last book

    The Morning After was horrible and should not have been a part of this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2008

    THIS BOOK WAS GREAT

    This book was a really good book. It talked about everything that you knew it was going to talk about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2006

    Mr. Satisfaction

    Mr. Satisfaction by Brenda Jackson, Delilah Dawson, Joy King and Maryann Reid is a series of four novellas that focus on several sensual beings. The first novella¿s, Extreme Satisfaction, opening line ¿I need a man,¿ sets the tone for this book. Cathleen McAlister is out to get her man back. Rory Dawkins is the one who got away, which causes Cathleen to spend her every waking moment trying to convince him that they belong together. Extreme Satisfaction lives up to its name as Cathleen and Rory¿s story unfolds. Satisfy Me is a tale about the once wealthy Shauna Williams who is an ambitions single female coordinating her best friend wedding. Shauna discovers that her childhood love Max Jackson, the poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks, is back and no longer poor. Although Shauna has unresolved feelings for him, her financial status has her wondering if she should act on them. Meanwhile, Max is saddened to discover Shauna meager living conditions and feels responsible for her fall from wealth. Ice Princess a tale of the cold, focused and driven industry professional with a twist. The twist is the cold driven professional is a woman! Madison Monroe handles her business associates like fine tuned automobiles. She calls the shot in the boardroom as well as in the bedroom. Enter Madison¿s world and see what it is like to be a woman with the typical traits of a man. The Morning After helps to reinforce the old adage Money can¿t buy happiness. Alexis is a wealthy debutante type who has the best of everything except relationships. Alexis is convinced by her friend that in order to find true happiness, she should look for a blue collar man and not the silver spoon type she¿s used to. Low and behold, Alexis meets and is attracted to Rasheen, a hard worker with a criminal record and lots of baby mama drama! The back of this book identifies that these are four hot stories and I could not agree more. Each story provides its fair share of heat, while I found that Mr. Satisfaction provided fire. The authors have collectively penned novels that will possibly require you to have your own ¿personal summer.¿ The stories were well written and delightfully entertaining. I am usually one who finds that novellas are too short to be good, but these ladies have provided a detailed, sensual and entertaining collection of short stories. Reviewed By: Eleanor S. Shields, Black Butterfly Review

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great anthology

    ¿Extreme Satisfaction¿ by Brenda Jackson. Cathleen admits to her best friend and business partner Lisa that all their success means nothing without a good man at home Lisa remarks she has one while Cat confesses she made one major error when she dumped Rory to further her career. She vows to get him back. Though he still loves her, Rory no longer trusts her with his heart.------ ¿Satisfy Me¿ by Delilah Dawson. Max worked in her father¿s garden as a teen, but though they began falling in love, Shauna, under parental pressure, rejected the boy who left her roses. Five years have passed and they meet with her hosting a bachelorette party and he the bachelor¿s gala. After he ¿rescues¿ her when her car fails late that night, they sleep together, but she wonders if he wants her or more revenge points over her late dad¿s labeling him ¿Ghetto¿.------ ¿Ice Princess¿ by Joy King. Madison is the Ice Princess though she has sex with business associates. That is until she meets the landlord of the Manhattan building in which she just purchases a loft. However, as love flows between them, Madison turns to her male comfort candies out of fear.------- ¿The Morning After¿ by Maryann Reid. After feeling she wasted her time with Leonard, Alexis wants out of the BMW (Black men Working) suicide dating game when she meets Rasheen, who as a Bed-Stuy teen lived a violent life, but is a good person. After a great night in bed, Alexis has doubts the morning after because Rasheen is not a BMW. These are four superb cotemporary tales starring likable strong protagonists.----- Harriet Klausner

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