Lady Sings the Blues

Lady Sings the Blues

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by Mallery Malone
     
 

Summertime…and the living is steamy in Hotlanta.

A Red-Hot Summer story.

Alina Gabriel has hit on the perfect formula to make her club, The Scarlet Lady, the hot spot in Atlanta’s night life. Men flock to see her alter ego, retired exotic dancer Miss Scarlet; and women line up to see Joshua Hanover and his blues band steam up the

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Summertime…and the living is steamy in Hotlanta.

A Red-Hot Summer story.

Alina Gabriel has hit on the perfect formula to make her club, The Scarlet Lady, the hot spot in Atlanta’s night life. Men flock to see her alter ego, retired exotic dancer Miss Scarlet; and women line up to see Joshua Hanover and his blues band steam up the stage.

Alina herself isn’t immune to the blind guitarist’s sensual songs and musical dexterity, but she refuses to be just another notch in his groupie belt.

That is, until Joshua debuts a new song, “Red-Letter Woman”, to entice Miss Scarlet to dance. The song and dance leave them both hot and bothered, and when Alina retreats to her office for personal relief, Joshua joins her and offers to strum her desire.

But Joshua wants more than a one-night stand. He’s pushing for an encore, and Alina wonders if it’s her he’s after—or her exotic persona.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605040516
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
06/24/2008
Series:
Red-Hot Summer
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
56
Sales rank:
486,996
File size:
657 KB

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Lady Sings the Blues 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Less than 60 pages. Not much to it. Now I need to purchase another book and be more careful to find one with more content.
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