Overview

Sheryl Brewster, one of the best investigative reporters for the Detroit newspaper, The Gazette, is assigned to do an in-depth story on the homeless in her city. She never expects to meet and fall for the charismatic J.C. Chandler. As she gets to know J.C., she feels more and more connected to him and eventually refuses to do the story. Too late, however, J.C. finds out who she really is and wants nothing more to do with her.

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A Place To Call Home

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Overview

Sheryl Brewster, one of the best investigative reporters for the Detroit newspaper, The Gazette, is assigned to do an in-depth story on the homeless in her city. She never expects to meet and fall for the charismatic J.C. Chandler. As she gets to know J.C., she feels more and more connected to him and eventually refuses to do the story. Too late, however, J.C. finds out who she really is and wants nothing more to do with her.

J.C. Chandler is content with living his life on the streets. That is until he meets Sheryl. She infuriates him, but at the same time, he’s drawn to her like no one else. Guilt over a past tragedy in his life keeps him from opening his heart to anyone else, but once he does, it’s shattered by Sheryl’s betrayal.

Can Sheryl and J.C. overcome their issues and find happiness with each other?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014727334
  • Publisher: Excessica Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 490 KB

Meet the Author

Ms. Vincent was born and raised in the great state of Michigan where she’s lived for her entire life and has worked in a local assembly plant for the past eighteen years. Her work in erotic fiction only began a few years ago, writing under the name michchick98 on Literotica and Stories Online, receiving high praise for her work at both sites. Her previous writing experience dates as far back as her high school newspaper.

When she’s not working or writing her next story, Ms. Vincent enjoys reading, movies and listening to eighties tunes on her mp3 player. She gets her inspiration from the people in her life, songs she hears on the radio or just her active imagination. Ms. Vincent holds a distinction in the world of erotic fiction as being one of the few authors who remains happily single. Her style comes from the passion, hunger and variety of always being able to call the shots on her own.
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