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For as long as Katrice can remember, she has dreamed about the perfect guy and a romantic relationship complete with flowers, candy, and moonlit walks along the lake. But after falling for another wrong guy, Katrice is just going to concentrate on her career and leave men alone. But she rethinks her decision when one man in particular walks into her shop...

Weston Parker is looking for the right woman to share his life with. He's had his fair share of potentials, but none of ...

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Overview

For as long as Katrice can remember, she has dreamed about the perfect guy and a romantic relationship complete with flowers, candy, and moonlit walks along the lake. But after falling for another wrong guy, Katrice is just going to concentrate on her career and leave men alone. But she rethinks her decision when one man in particular walks into her shop...

Weston Parker is looking for the right woman to share his life with. He's had his fair share of potentials, but none of them were a good match. Then he meets Katrice, and she has everything he's looking for—she is his treasure at the end of the rainbow.

But as their relationship grows, so does the drama that comes with it. Can Katrice move past the love constructed from her dreams to learn what real love is?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781599830872
  • Publisher: Urban Books
  • Publication date: 4/1/2009
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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Katrice Vincent has waited a long time to find her soul mate. When Weston Porter successfully sweeps her off her feet, she knows for sure she's found what she's been looking for. There's just one problem: after more than ten years, her lifelong obsession, Royce, has returned to their hometown. Back in high school, he made it clear that she wasn't the one for him; now, he's presenting her with a tempting offer that rocks-and could shatter-her world.

Will she be able to find the strength to stay true to the one man she knows in her heart she belongs with? Or will she risk everything for the one man she's never gotten over, so that she can finally close this long and traumatic chapter?

Go with Katrice on her whirlwind, exciting, nail-bitingly tense, and morally challenging journey, as she walks you step by step through the before-and-after of the biggest decision of her life. You will ask yourself for years to come, "What would I have done?"

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One Man's Treasure


By CHARLENE E. GREEN
URBAN BOOKS
Copyright © 2009

Charlene E. Green
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ISBN: 978-1-59983-087-2



Chapter One I knew he was feeling me when he peered at me over his sunglasses. He came sauntering in like he thought he was everything I should want and then some. He was really tall: at least six-three, I thought. Skin the color of brown sugar, a well-groomed five o'clock shadow, and a thin, trim mustache. He smiled big, showing off his perfect teeth. You could tell he followed the rules: He saw his dentist every six months and brushed and flossed at least twice a day.

Okay, so I thought he was cute. All right, I'm lying; I thought he was scrumptious, but that's not the point. The point is I wasn't interested.

I had seen him around town plenty of times when I was out with my girls. Chantelle said her cousin Lisa used to date him about six or seven years prior. Said he was nothing but a player. He ended up breaking her heart like only a player can. Chantelle said the girl wasn't right for damn near a year after he dumped her. Didn't date anyone else until Ramon came along and showed her how a real man is supposed to treat a woman. After that, she never looked back.

Apparently, neither did he, because every time I saw him, he was with a different woman. I would shake my head and roll my eyes in disgust and think to myself how pitiful players are. So damn insecure, lonely, and weak; always putting on that "Girl-you-know-you-want-me-don't-even-front" facade. I swear. Sometimes, you just wanna slap 'em.

At any rate, Mr. Playa Playa waltzed his gorgeous self over to me and took off his shades to reveal those luscious eyes that were so light, they were borderline hazel. Or something. I had never really seen anything like it before as far as eyes go. Mixed in with the brown, I could see little splashes of green. He had lashes so long that even supermodels would be jealous. A girl could easily get lost in his eyes in the middle of a conversation and forget what the topic of discussion was.

I didn't wanna stare, so as he folded his shades and carefully placed them in their container, then inserted it into the inside pocket of his three-hundred-dollar leather jacket, I pretended to be concentrating on getting the part just right on my client's head, even though it was already straight.

I felt him pause and stare at me for a moment. Not an impatient stare, just a "look at me" stare.

As nonchalantly as I could, I looked at him and let out an airy, "What can I do for you today?"

He said, "How long is the wait? I need a fade right quick. You think you can hook me up?" Then he started caressing the back of his neck and tried to give me his best come-hither look.

Fine as he was, I paid him no mind. Instead, I motioned toward my partner, Tiki, and said, "Tiki's wait is shorter than mine. She can take you in about ten minutes."

"Yeah, well, ten minutes is cool, but I'd rather wait for you, Miss Lady. You look like you runnin' thangs around here."

I tried not to look him directly in the eyes so as to seem as distant as possible.

"Suit yourself." I shrugged. "But you'll have about a thirty-minute wait. I've still got two people ahead of you."

"That's cool with me." He sat down and grabbed an Essence magazine off the table.

I hoped "cool" wasn't the only word he knew to express how he felt.

Chapter Two After he sat and thumbed through all the magazines on the table for about forty minutes, I finally called for Mr. Fine. When he stepped up to the empty chair, he told me confidently, "My name's Weston Porter," and stuck his hand out for me to shake.

Instead of shaking his hand, I looked into his heavenly eyes. "I know who you are. Have a seat." I patted the top of the chair.

He chuckled to himself as he sat down. "Okay ... you say you uh ... know who I am, then?"

"Uh-huh."

"So," he cleared his throat, "'scuse me for a second, but, where do you know me from, Miss Lady? I don't think we've met. I would remember meetin' you somewhere."

I tossed the bib around his front, fastened it up at the neck and answered, "We haven't." Then I asked him, "Now, did you say you needed a fade?" as if I had forgotten.

"Yeah, a fade," he said, as if his haircut were no longer important. Then he pressed, "But about you knowin' me ..."

"You know, I'm on a time schedule here, so we should probably get things moving."

He chuckled again. "Oh, okay, so you don't wanna tell me. That's cool. I'll find out later." He looked at me through the large mirror in front of him. "What's your name?"

I smiled. "Do you always let people whose names you don't know cut your hair?" I pulled out the clippers.

He gave me a sexy look. "Only today."

"Yeah, okay." I stuck a guard on the clippers and plugged them in.

He leaned back in the chair and gave me a relaxed look through the mirror, but didn't say anything.

I was having fun with this despite myself.

I grabbed a small comb from the counter and started combing his kitchen area. It was thick, curly, and soft. I had this uncontrollable urge to run my fingers through it. So I did. I put the comb down and slowly pushed my fingers through his locks, almost massaging his neck. When I peeked at him in the mirror, he closed his eyes and sort of leaned his head back into my hand and let out a low moan.

His curls hugged my fingers. "You have nice hair."

He opened his eyes and searched around for a second, then smiled and said, "Thank you, Katrice Nicole Vincent."

I looked through the mirror again and caught him eyeing my license on the wall. I gave him a flirtatious look. "I guess you know my name now."

I whipped his locks up nice and tidy as he sat quietly. I could feel him looking at me, so I made a conscious effort not to look at him.

When I finished, I took the bib off, shook it out off to the side of him, and gave him a mirror to look at the back of his head. I turned the chair around so he could see. He checked it out, smiled and nodded to himself, then gave me the mirror and said, "Nice job, Katrice. I might hafta become a regular around here."

I smiled and glanced at him out of the corner of my eye. "You said that like I'm not supposed to know what I'm doin'. Haven't you ever had a woman cut your hair before?"

"Just my older sister, when I was a kid."

"And did she do a good job?"

"Sort of, I guess. But she only touched me up every now and then. She never gave me a full cut like this." He admired my work some more. "This looks really good."

"Well, thank you. I try to make sure all my customers leave satisfied."

"Mission accomplished. So, how much I owe you today?" He started reaching into his pants pocket.

"Thirteen."

He pulled out a twenty and handed it to me.

"Lemme get your change." I turned to walk to the register.

"You keep that."

"Are you sure?"

"Yep."

"Okay then, thanks. Far be it from me to argue about a tip." I shoved the twenty into my apron pocket.

He got up out of the chair, adjusted his jacket, and looked at me like he had something else to say but then changed his mind. I pulled out the broom and started sweeping up his curly locks. I could feel him dawdling, looking for a way to start a conversation, so I purposely ignored him and kept sweeping. I wanted to laugh, because I was enjoying messing with him, but I kept a straight face.

Finally, he gave in to the silence. "So, whose shop is this?"

"Mine." I didn't even look up. I just kept sweeping.

"I never even knew there was a shop over here till a few days ago."

I finally looked at him and smiled politely. "Well, now you do."

He looked at me like he was amused and searched my face with his eyes to see where I was coming from.

Then he got bold with me. "So, are you, uh ... involved with anybody?"

I snickered and decided to have some more fun. "Yeah. I'm involved with a lot of people."

His face dropped. "Excuse me?"

"Well, you asked me if I was involved with anybody, and I am. I'm involved with myself, my parents, my girlfriends, my coworker, my customers ..."

"Oh boy, I see I'm dealin' wit' a comedienne, here, huh?" He showed me his beautiful, full smile.

"I'm just answering your question."

"Okay then, lemme rephrase it. Do you have a man?"

For some reason, I was embarrassed that the answer was no. I'm not sure why. I looked away, reached for the dust pan and said a quick, "Nope."

He hesitated for a moment. "Okay ... well, do you think I could maybe call you sometime? Maybe we could go out?"

I studied his face for a minute. He seemed like an okay guy, but my thoughts drifted back to Chantelle telling me about him dropping her cousin Lisa like a hot potato, and that didn't sit well with me. I really wasn't in the mood to waste my time dealing with some dude I might only see a few times.

"I don't think so. No."

He got this shocked look on his face like someone had just snuck up on him and popped him in the back of the head. Guess he had never been turned down before.

"Can I ask why?"

And I had never been asked why before. Most guys usually slink away with their tails between their legs. This one was persistent, and I liked it, to be honest. To me, it said he had confidence. Like he felt he deserved to be told yes, and deserved to be told why he was being turned down. I wanted to change my mind right then and there, but since I had already said no, I stayed with that. Plus, there was still the issue of Lisa and all the other women.

"I'm just not interested, that's all."

He shrugged and pulled out his car keys. "Okay then, but I'll be back. Thanks for the cut."

As he walked out the door, I watched him as he stepped onto the sidewalk and slid his shades onto his face. Then he walked his fine ass away.

As soon as I got home from work, I raced to the phone and called Chantelle. I couldn't wait to tell her what had happened. I called her house, but got no answer, so I hung up and called her cell. She answered on the first ring.

"Girl, where you at?" I asked with urgency.

"'Bout to pull up in fronta the gym. I ate like a pig today. I can feel the calories dancin' on my damn thighs and ass."

I rolled my eyes back in my head. "Girl, please! You weigh all of ninety-nine pounds, and I got more ass than you'll ever see! You're a damn addict."

She brushed me off the way she always does when I rag on her about being a gym junkie. "Anyway-wassup?"

"Girl, guess who was at the shop today spittin' game at me?"

"I dunno. That dude you met at the club a coupla weeks ago?"

"Uh-uh ... Weston Porter. Can you believe that?"

"Oh, come on. Are you serious? Lisa's hit-it-and-quit-it man?"

"In the flesh, okay?"

"Lord. So, what was he talkin' 'bout?"

"He came to get a haircut, and I told him Tiki could take him sooner, but he said he wanted to wait for me."

She blew disgusted air through her lips. "Figures. Couldn't just come get a damn cut and then step. Had to get his mack on. Hound."

"Anyway, so after damn near forty-five minutes, I called him to the chair."

For some reason, I hesitated after that. I almost didn't wanna tell her he asked me out. I guess she could hear it in my voice that I hedged a bit.

"And? What happened? I know you. You didn't finish what you were gon' say just now."

"After I finished cutting his hair, he asked me out."

"Surprise, surprise. I knew that was comin'."

I didn't say anything.

Chantelle said, "Uh ... hello?"

"What?"

"You're not gonna go out with him, are you? I mean, you did turn him down, right?"

I said a half-assed, "Yeah. Of course."

She paused, and I could just see her eyes squinting up as she felt my vibe through the phone. "Katrice."

"No, for real. I did. And you know what he had the nerve to say when I said no?"

"What?"

"He said, 'Can I ask why?'"

"Uh-huh ... but knowin' you, that turned you on. You like them bold, persistent ones. You probably wanted to change your mind and say yes after he said that."

I hate it when she reads me like that.

"Girl, please. I told him I wasn't interested. He just said he'd be back."

"I'll just bet." She paused. "You gon' go out with him. Tell the truth."

"No, I'm not."

"I know when a man has your attention, 'Trice."

"How you figure he has my attention?"

"I can hear it in your tone. You sound weak."

"What? What'choo mean by that?"

"Quit actin' like you don't know what I'm talkin' about. You need to be nominated for a damn Oscar."

"I can't stand you!" I broke out laughing.

She laughed. "I'll bet'choo right now, if you go out with him, you'll be sprung after the first date. Bet."

"Hardly. He's fine, but he ain't all that. Not enough to get me twisted."

She just said, "Bet."

"You for real, huh?"

"Bet. Go out with him and see what happens."

"Okay, fine. I'ma go just to prove you wrong."

"No, you gon' go 'cause you want to. But anyway, what we bettin' for?"

"Okay-if I lose, I'll do your next four touch-ups for free, and I'll even throw in that nasty-ass blonde color you been talkin' about."

"Well, you only charge me half price anyway, but I'll take it. It's a bet."

"Wait a minute-what about if you lose? What's in it for me?"

"Nothin', 'cause I'm not gon' lose, so it ain't even no point in talkin' about it."

"You just think you know it all, huh?"

She laughed. "Oh, sweetie, I don't think I know it all, I know I know it all, at least about you. Now lemme go in here and kill off these pounds right quick. Call me later."

"Bye, addict."

"Shut up. Bye."

Later that evening, I hooked up with Chantelle and my other two girls, Sabrina and Genine, at my apartment. The four of us had met at a Keith Sweat concert back in the late eighties. I can't even remember what we talked about for the entire intermission, but all I know is when we left, each of us had the other one's phone number, and the rest is history.

Since Chantelle already had the scoop on my luscious customer, I filled the others in.

Genine asked me, "You think he's gonna come back?"

"I don't know ... I kinda hope so."

"I told you ... I knew you were feelin' him," Chantelle said.

I pointed at her. "You be quiet. I'm not feelin' him ... yet ..."

Sabrina said, "Well, when you finally give him some, I want all the details."

"Damn, Bree, you just jumpin' all ahead of the game. I might not even like him enough to give him some. I might not even go out with him. He thinks he's cute."

"Whatever," Chantelle said, then she looked at Sabrina and Genine. "She likes him and she's gonna give him some. You guys know she does this all the time. We'll have a story before month's end. Mark my words."

I gave her the finger and she flashed both her middles at me.

"Well, look," Sabrina started, "whenever it jumps off, I'm expectin' a full report."

"You're such a freak."

She smiled and gave me a sly look. "That's what they tell me, sista ... every time ..."

We all laughed. Quiet as it was kept, I hoped I had a story to tell, too.

Chapter Three More than a week went by, and Weston hadn't shown his face in the shop. I have to admit, I was anticipating his return. I don't know what it was about him, but even in spite of his reputation, there was something drawing me to him. I constantly thought about that day in the shop, and even had a couple of daydreams about him. Chantelle called me every day and asked me if we had a date planned yet. I told her to quit harping on me. He might not even come back. She just laughed and told me to remember our bet.

It was about 6:30 on a Friday evening. Tiki had gone home early, and I had just let my last customer for the day out the door. While I was cleaning up in the back room, I thought I heard the door jingle. I wasn't expecting anyone, and I had no intentions of taking any last-minute Lucys or Larrys.

Without waiting to see who had come in, I called out, "We're closed!" I didn't get a response, so I put down the can of cleanser I was holding and stepped out from the back.

I thought my eyes were deceiving me, but it turned out, they weren't. Standing in black slacks, black leather dress shoes, a gray silk shirt, and a long, leather trench coat, was Weston. His one earring was sparkling like new, and he was holding a single white rose with red trim. He didn't speak, just smiled at me.

I could feel my eyes about to pop out of my head. I started taking off my cleaning gloves, cleared my throat and said, "Um ... hi ...?" I moved a few steps closer to him.

"Well, hello. Is this a bad time?" He asked the question, but the confidence in his eyes said that even if I said it was, it wouldn't be for long.

I got caught in his gaze and stammered, "I, um ... no. I was . . . I thought you were a customer.... We're actually closed."

He leaned himself against the counter by the door. "If I was, would you take me?"

I actually felt myself blush-and I never blush. The man made me nervous, which is rare for me.

"Well, it would, um ... depend on what you wanted."

"Whatever you feel you can offer me."

"Why do I all of a sudden feel like we're not talking about a hair appointment?"

He rose up off the counter and stepped to me. When he got right in front of me, I could smell his cologne, Eternity for Men, which is my favorite. It drives me crazy. He extended the rose to me. "'Cause we're not."

(Continues...)




Excerpted from One Man's Treasure by CHARLENE E. GREEN Copyright © 2009 by Charlene E. Green. Excerpted by permission.
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  • Posted April 10, 2010

    Great Read!

    I thoroughly enjoyed this novel! From beginning to end the story flowed seamlessly. The plot was very realistic. There were times I found myself talking out loud to the characters as if they were real! Every spectrum of emotion was found in this book and the characters were refreshingly believable. The author did a great job of capturing real life, love, and romance. Very well written!

    Cynthia F. Cooper, Author
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    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2008

    WAITIN 4 SEQUEL

    I have read this book 3 times, since it's first release. It is a page turner. It took me a day to finish this book! i recommended to friends male & female and all feel the same, welcome charlene to the league of great african american writers... You go girl!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2010

    WOW..... what a good read!!

    I don't read urban fiction but I got really tired of the same old storyline with the romance novels, so I purchase this book after reading the great reviews. This was truly refreshing. Ms. Green had me captured in chapter one. She made the characters feel so real. The storyline held my attention to the very end. For this to be her first book, she did an excellent job. I was still thinking about the characters after I finished the book. This is really a good story. Highly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2008

    Never read anything better!

    I don't know how she did it, but Charlene E. Green really made me feel like these people were real! I almost forgot I was reading a book! When I was done, I was so sad. I can't wait for her sequel!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2008

    Great Read

    This was a great read, I started reading the book one day and could not put it down. There was no male bashing or nothing like that, just a cool, Saturday afternoon read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    Amazing and Exciting

    This was an amazing first effort for Charlene Green. The story flowed nicely and held my interest. The characters were so real that you felt a part of the actual story. I can hardly wait for more writings from her. Very well done!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2008

    It Is A Must Read'

    I read this book in less than two days. It was so pleasing to read that I purchased several copies and gave them to family and friends to read. Charlene Green did a graet job for this to be her first book. I am looking forward to the sequel and any other readings that she may have later. The title and storyline was awesome. Some of the scenes were so real that I related early on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2008

    A reviewer

    This book was awesome! When I got to the last page, I was actually hurt! Can't wait for the sequel. I heard it's coming out in 2008! I'm on pins and needles!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    Outstanding

    This book was outstanding. I started reading it on a Saturday afternoon. Read until 11pm that night I was back up at 5am the next morning to complete the book. The characters were so real and I could really relate the the story line. I can't wait for the book!! Well done..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    Great story!

    Amazing! The characters seem real and you are instantly drawn into their lives. Once you starting reading, it's hard to put it down. Can't wait to read more from Charlene E. Green!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2008

    You go girl!

    I could not put this book down! I read it in 2 days. Sneaking pages in at work because I just could not wait to get home to find out what was going to happen next! Mizz Lady you have a true gift! I will be waiting in anticipation for your next master piece!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2008

    Delicious

    One' Man's Treasure was a great read. Once I got into reading the book, I couldn't believe that it was Charlene's first book. The characters were so real and developed. I felt like I was watching a movie. It was a delicious read. I can't wait for the sequel because I KNOW it will be juicier than this one. Keep doing your thang Miss Green. I'm a fan for life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2008

    A reviewer

    I read this book in a day. I couldn't put it down. How much can you love a man when things don't happen the you want. I felt like I was lisening to a story, inside of reading it. Complements to the writing style of the author. Would love to read more novels by Charlene. What about a sequel........

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2008

    Worth Reading Again and Again...

    Best I've read in a long time! I could not put the book down...read it in 2 days! The author's insight into relationships is excellent. This is how healthy relationships SHOULD be!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2008

    Captivating

    I was captivated from the beginning to the end. A job well done, good story, enjoyable reading. You can feel the love. The love, made the story more interesting and hard to put the book down. I am looking forward to any future books by: Charlene Green.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2008

    Kept my attention!

    I was pleasantly surprised knowing this was Charlene Green's first book, but it certainly kept my attention. She has a gift and I'm looking forward to reading her next one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 14, 2012

    A very talented writer! I enjoyed every the entire book and at t

    A very talented writer! I enjoyed every the entire book and at times I could'nt put it down. Definitely a great urban romance novel that everyone can relate to.

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    Posted March 26, 2010

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    Posted November 18, 2009

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