More Naughty Than Nice [NOOK Book]

Overview


When plain, boring marketing drudge Stephanie Blanton reinvents herself as Stevie Bliss, the world finally takes notice! Her sizzling book, Blissfully Single, is soon rapidly climbing bestseller lists. Meanwhile, Stevie is sending men's libidos out of control with her philosophy of "lovin' 'em and leavin' 'em."

Reporter Owen Dasher wants to interview the sexy singles expert. He's hot for her bod, yet senses underneath Stevie really yearns for babies and white picket fences. How...

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Overview


When plain, boring marketing drudge Stephanie Blanton reinvents herself as Stevie Bliss, the world finally takes notice! Her sizzling book, Blissfully Single, is soon rapidly climbing bestseller lists. Meanwhile, Stevie is sending men's libidos out of control with her philosophy of "lovin' 'em and leavin' 'em."

Reporter Owen Dasher wants to interview the sexy singles expert. He's hot for her bod, yet senses underneath Stevie really yearns for babies and white picket fences. How so? He'd love to expose a few of her secrets. But as Christmas draws near, the real scoop might well be how "Dasher Conquers the Vixen"—both in bed and out!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460371718
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 526 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun holiday romance

    Stephanie Blanton was upset with the promotion of strawberry deadhead Missy to head up the cosmetics line of Marsh-Penworthy, but boinkability is more important than intelligence and consumer understanding when it comes to male bosses thinking as usual with the wrong head. With the encouragement of her friend Anna and a few drinks, Stephanie decides to stop being the good loyal woman with an empty Christmas stocking and become a bad girl. Her campaign centers on a "stiletto through his heart". Three years later, Stephanie is on tour as the notorious author Stevie Bliss, whose scandalous "how to" book Blissfully Single, has stormed the country. In Chicago, newspaper columnist Owen Dasher interviews the sexy vixen with a hidden agenda. He plans to debunk her theories on love and de-myth the growing legend that surround her exploits even as he wants to have her in his bed permanently. MORE NAUGHTY THAN NICE is a fun holiday romance starring two delightful lead protagonists whose real desires are hidden by outer masks that enable each one of them to masquerade as bed hoppers when they want only each other. The story line never takes itself seriously so that the audience receives an amusing battle of the sexes stuffing stocker. Fans will want Julie Kistler to stay in the same neighborhood telling ¿Ethel¿s¿ tale next. Harriet Klausner

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