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Posted December 9, 2008
In Los Angeles, One Leaf Studio Executive Keir Southall feels like a teen in heat when he first sees the woman walk by. He never felt his gut as tight as when he sees her smile for the first time. Keir wants that smile aimed at him. He learns she is a recently widowed highly regarded costume and set designer Ryan Mitchell, who just came under their studio¿s contract. Keir introduces himself to Mrs. Ryan Mitchell, who feels the same deep attraction that has the executive thinking raging hormones.---------------- Once he learns she is a widow, he wants an office romance with her, but she fears such a relationship will devastate her career as she will be labeled as a unprofessional whore. Still they cannot help but flirt with one another while their magnetic pull ignites into passion and ultimately love. However, his son from his former wife gets into a fight over Ryan¿s relationship with his dad leading to her reconsidering their relationship as she does not want the young man hurt.----------------- Readers can feel from the onset the attraction from a distance between the lead couple even before they actually meet that pull seems so real that the audience will believe in love at first sight and root for Keir and Ryan to find a way to be together. The support cast serves as deterrents to the relationship. Fans of contemporary romances will want to read this charmer as the feelings between Keir and Ryan are incredible, something to behold.--------------- Harriet Klausner
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Posted May 8, 2014
I love this book! I love that you write about WMBW relationships. I'm a black woman who loves white men. I love my black men but my heart tends to lean more to white men. I also love You're All I Need.
We need more writers like you who is not scared to write about interracial relationships more WMBW. I just found out about the interracial books and would rather read more books about this than any other books. Love, Love, Love it! Thank you so much and may God Bless you.
Posted February 28, 2012
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