All the Wright Moves [NOOK Book]

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An attraction that was right from their first meeting.

Savvy software designer Warwick Taylor's multi-billion dollar corporation develops cutting edge computer technology. He had made lots of sacrifices—personal and professional—to get where he is. The loss of his wife many years ago has taught him many tough lessons about life and love. Time was precious and you must take every moment as it comes. During the installation of the computer donation he made to a local community ...

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All the Wright Moves

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Overview

An attraction that was right from their first meeting.

Savvy software designer Warwick Taylor's multi-billion dollar corporation develops cutting edge computer technology. He had made lots of sacrifices—personal and professional—to get where he is. The loss of his wife many years ago has taught him many tough lessons about life and love. Time was precious and you must take every moment as it comes. During the installation of the computer donation he made to a local community centre, Warwick is swept away by the dedication of the centre's owner. Deciding to take a chance, Warwick opens himself to the possibilities…

After years of hard work, Katiya Wright finally has her community centre, The Oasis, running smoothly. The large donation of computers for her new computer program is a godsend. The man who comes to set them up makes her break her no dating rule. When she finds out who he really is she knows that he is way above what she is used to. Warwick however has other ideas and refuses to be pushed aside. He challenges Katiya to step out of her preconceived notions and give them a chance.

Will they have enough to sustain this unexpected meeting? Can she get past their differences and see him as the man he is… the man that may be the Wright move to make.

Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.

Publisher's Note: This book was previously released at another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Totally Bound. 



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Editorial Reviews

Alberta Manic Readers
I have never been able to fathom how two people can write a book together, but I know a few writing duos, so it certainly is possible. Burke and Jeffries are living proof of that.

All the Wright Moves is nice love story, about healing and moving forward. A good beach/airport/fireside read.

~ Alberta, Manic Readers
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781781842348
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/4/2013
  • Series: McKingley , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 95
  • Sales rank: 110,754
  • File size: 244 KB

Meet the Author

Aliyah Burke is an avid reader and is never far from pen and paper (or the computer). She is married to a career military man, and they have a German Shepherd, two Borzois, and a DSH cat. Her days are spent sharing her time between work, writing, and dog training.

McKenna Jeffries has loved the written word from time she picked up her first book. Soon she was creating tales of love and family.

Although McKenna used to make up stories she never thought to put them on paper until...she realised the stories would keep filling her until they were written. Since then she's been writing and sharing her books.

There is always some new story floating around her head. An itchy feeling in her fingers fills her until she can get a piece of paper to write it down.

She writes because it's a love affair. Writing is in her blood and she enjoys taking readers on a journey.

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Read an Excerpt

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Katiya Wright stopped only after a step into the open doorway. The sight before her made her breath catch and she leaned against the doorframe for support and to view the tight jeans hugging a firm ass. The man bent, stretching the already fitted jeans taut. She bit her bottom lip to stifle a whimper. Her gaze travelled from the ass to muscular legs that bulged enticingly as he stood. She retraced her path back up to a bottom that should be declared illegal to a tapered waist, and a back that rippled with muscles visible through his shirt across his broad shoulders. The man shifted to the side as he lifted the computer monitor onto the desk. Katiya snapped out of her daze, glancing away from his luscious body.

The large room, which had been empty a few days earlier, was now filled with over fifty individual oak desks, office chairs and a file cabinet with a printer on it. It was as she'd envisioned, each work area set up like an office. She walked over to the desk closest to her and touched the last item that she knew had arrived today. A complete computer system with all the bells and whistles sat on top of the desk. A look at the screen showed it was installing some sort of software. With another glance around the room she noted that the systems were almost all set up. She returned her attention to the lone man still installing the computers and wondered where the rest of the work crew was.

A flare of interest filled her as she watched him work. With efficient moves he hooked up all the cables. Moments later he flipped on the system, punched a few keys, and the Windows logo came up. The man moved onto another desk and bent to pick up another computer out of a new box. She tried to figure out why she seemed to be attracted to him. It had been years since she'd had even a minuscule amount of interest in anyone. She hadn't even seen his face nor had any interaction with him. Katiya continued to study him. She should probably let him know she was there, but she didn't want to break the moment and continued to watch as he set up another system and moved onto another.

Snap out of it. No dating, she reminded herself. Clearing her throat, she walked over to the man. He stiffened and straightened from the box he was unpacking.

"Everything is looking great." She glanced around again, pleased that her vision was finally taking shape.

Katiya turned to look at him again then stopped. Damn, he's even more captivating up close. His dark, brooding eyes studied her silently. Black shaggy shoulder length hair framed a tanned, craggy face. He wasn't what she'd call typically handsome, but something about him made her want to look at him more than once. With large blunt fingers, he pushed back his hair from his face. He dwarfed her five feet nine inches-he had to be at least over six feet tall.

"There are just a few more systems left to set up in here."

His deep, bassy baritone set off a clenching sensation in the base of her stomach.

Control yourself. Katiya took a calming breath. "Yes, I see that. I'm surprised that there aren't more techs helping to get it done."

"There were, but they are setting up the other systems for the centre offices," he replied.

Katiya frowned. "What? The donation was only for these systems." She motioned to the computers around the room.

"Miss?"

"Katiya. Katiya Wright. No need for the Miss." She paused. "I don't understand. Why are computers being installed in the centre offices?"

"Katiya Wright. You're the owner of The Oasis, I'm pleased to meet you." He reached out and shook her hand. "You're doing some great things with the community centre. As for the reason why the centre's offices are being set up too. Do you realise how outdated your systems are?" The man cocked his head to the side, studying her.

She ignored the flash of pleasure that filled her at his touch and statement about her work at the centre.

"I know they are but this"-she gestured to the systems again-"was more important to get than computers for our offices. What does-?"

"Why didn't you just ask for a donation that included the centre offices?"

Katiya narrowed her eyes. She didn't appreciate his almost chastising tone, but instead of replying in anger, she put on her 'diplomatic mask'.

"We had thought we would have to get more than one donor to get everything here the way we wanted. But when I approached your company, the donation made was more than generous enough and we didn't need to seek any other donors. Taylor Bytes gave us all the computer systems, printers and provided techs like you to set it all up for us. That was what we needed. The centre offices having computers were secondary to that."

Although she had not met the man behind Taylor Bytes, the multibillion-dollar software company, Katiya was very grateful for his unselfish donation. When she had approached the company she had never expected them to donate everything she'd needed to get her computer classes up and running. The man continued to study her intently. Katiya shifted and tried to mask her wince. Her leg ached from the plane ride.

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  • Anonymous

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    Good story plenty of hot scenes and strong alpa male

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  • Posted July 18, 2011

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    This wasn't a bad read for me. Never read anything by the author before, so maybe I think I would try something else.

    Warwick is multi-billion dollar soft ware designer. Warwick lost his wife many years ago and that has made him loom at life different. His company has donated computers to The Oasis,a community center. While there installing the computers, he meets Katiya the owner of the center. After meeting with Katiya they both are attracted to each other.

    Katiya has worked hard to finally have her community center, The Oasis. She knew she was getting a donation from the big corporation company and went in the day of to see how things are running. She sees Warwick installing the equipment and had no idea who he was. When she felt herself becoming close to Warwick, she begins to push him away, because of her past.

    This read was ok for me, didn't wow me like I thought it would. I really liked the storyline, but I found my interest dwindling after the first 2 chapters. The first chapter really had my interest, when Warwick and Katiya first met. What also caught my interest and curiosity through out the book was Calix, Warwicks's brother and Rhianna, Katiya's good friend relationship in the book. I felt like the story had good ingredients, but combining them didn't turn out as expected. Though this was an ok read for me, I would like to read the sequel as I suspect there might be one.

    PS: I love the movie classic seven brides for seven brothers ( mentioned in the book)

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