Ebony Eyes [NOOK Book]

Overview

Corie Rickman's parents have always indulged her, but chafing under their protective care, she chooses to marry a man from the wrong side of the tracks. After one too many beatings from her husband, she leaves him and starts her life over. Unfortunately for her, she knows too much about her ex's illegal activities, and now he's gunning for her.

Undercover cop Laine Tanizaki is out to avenge his partner's death. He meets Corie while trying to ...
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Ebony Eyes

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Overview

Corie Rickman's parents have always indulged her, but chafing under their protective care, she chooses to marry a man from the wrong side of the tracks. After one too many beatings from her husband, she leaves him and starts her life over. Unfortunately for her, she knows too much about her ex's illegal activities, and now he's gunning for her.

Undercover cop Laine Tanizaki is out to avenge his partner's death. He meets Corie while trying to bring down a ring of drug dealers. The attraction is instant, but the deceptions begin almost as quickly. Can they survive both Corie's murderous ex and the weight of their own lies?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585715367
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 789,985
  • File size: 331 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2014

    Blak?'s bio

    Name-Black,looks unwhite offwhite unwell personality evil hates plak.Thats all u need to no bout blak.Wait,she aint real.Oops. -Revengeclaw's troll post. ;)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2014

    &starf Ebony's Biography &starf

    &starf Name: Ebony<br>&starf Age: 26 moons<br>&starf Looks: Black with white paws, tailtip, and star on forehead.Emerald eyes.<br>&starf Personality: Rebellious, but friendly. She HATES cats that act like poorsports. <br>&starf Gender: &female <br>&starf Mate/Kits/Crush: No/No/Not Yet...<br>&starf History: Ran away from clan, grew up on her own, came to Bloodclan, blah blah blah. Once she was attacked by a badger.<br>&starf Symbol: &#36796<br>&starf: Other: DON'T ask. She hates being pestered for questions and might attack if you do this.<P><P><P>&starf The End!

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  • Posted December 28, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Beautiful story and the characters are sexy,dangerous and funny. The book is worth the money.

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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    I am currently reading the book and the book is a must read :)

    I am currently reading the book and the book is a must read :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2007

    Great Multicural Romantic Suspense

    I was quickly drawn into the story from the start. I couldn't put it down until I was finished. Born into an affluent African American family, Corie, had rebelled by going after a `bad boy' and getting more than she bargained for, so much so, that now she's disgusted with herself for being weak and ineffectual in re-claiming her life. Laine an undercover cop had his own issues of having grown up on the other side of the tracks with an alcoholic father and knowing that even if he could reveal his true self, he could never fit in with the upper echelons of the society Corie belonged to. The story evolves so, that the characters are able to overcome their differences. Mostly made possible by Laine's persistence. Through his love and patience, he manages to give Corie back her self-esteem and strength in order to re-claim that part of her life she'd lost. The sizzling sensuality as these two finally give into their overwhelming attraction and passion is nothing short of heavenly. Hard to believe I almost did not purchase this book because of a few reviews I read at a different site, but I decided to give it a chance. So, glad I did. This was a good read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2006

    Great Multi-Cultural Read

    Corie Rickman lived an affluent, indulged, and sheltered life but rebelliously married a man from the wrong side of the tracks. After suffering physical and emotional abuse she leaves and tries to start over again but her ex has other ideas. Laine Tanizaki hasn't worked undercover for two years, not since a friend was killed during a drug sting. Though many told him it was not his fault, his conscience continues to bother him. Now, to ease it, he wants to complete the sting by working undercover at a fast food restaurant in a Beverly Hills mall. He did not count on playing the role of knight and rescuing a damsel in distress at the bookstore across the way... I almost did not purchase this book because of one review but decided to give it a chance. I expected to find Corie irritating, but her character flaws did not diminish or detract from the story for me. I enjoyed the characters, cultural diversity, story, and overall I enjoyed book.

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