Seeking Single Male [NOOK Book]

Overview

When lawyer Greg Healey answered a singles ad for his brother, he never expected to fall head over heels in love with the woman himself! Only, sexy, sassy Lana Martina hadn't placed that particular ad — in fact she seemed to think he was gay! So what else could Greg do but prove to her that she was his type?

Coffee shop owner Lana had advertised for a roommate, not a lover. Although once she met Greg, the latter definitely had some possibilities...until she discovered he was her...

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Seeking Single Male

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Overview

When lawyer Greg Healey answered a singles ad for his brother, he never expected to fall head over heels in love with the woman himself! Only, sexy, sassy Lana Martina hadn't placed that particular ad — in fact she seemed to think he was gay! So what else could Greg do but prove to her that she was his type?

Coffee shop owner Lana had advertised for a roommate, not a lover. Although once she met Greg, the latter definitely had some possibilities...until she discovered he was her landlord! Greg planned to sell the property before the holidays. Lana intended to change his mind. And Greg had no idea just how convincing Lana planned to be....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426840029
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 7/1/2007
  • Series: Harlequin Temptation Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 567,561
  • File size: 735 KB

Meet the Author



Stephanie Bond was seven years deep into a computer career and pursuing a master's degree at night when an instructor remarked she had a flair for writing and encouraged her to submit to academic journals. Once the seed was planted, however, Stephanie immediately turned to creating romance fiction in her spare time.

"I never saw myself as a comedy writer, until a Harlequin editor asked if I could write comedy. I lied and said not only did I write comedy, but I had a great idea for a book she might be interested in, and shot her an idea from the top of my head. When she said she liked it, I told her I had three chapters finished to send her right away. Then I went home and wrote like a madwoman. That book was my first Harlequin comedy, Irresistible."

Harlequin purchased Irresistible from Stephanie in the fall of 1995 for their Love and Laughter line. In another two years, she left her computer career to write full-time. She now writes for the Harlequin Temptation and Harlequin Blaze lines, having gained notoriety for her spicy romantic comedies, such as Too Hot to Sleep and It Takes a Rebel.

Stephanie lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia, her laptop permanently attached to her body. Readers can write her at P.O. Box 54266, Atlanta, GA 30308, or through her web site.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2000

    entertaining romantic romp

    In Lexington, Kentucky, extremely shy Will Healey wants to answer an ad in Attitudes magazine from a SF (single female) seeking an SM (single male). Though he feels protective towards his brother and has doubts about women advertising in the personnel ads, Will's brother lawyer Greg decides to help his sibling because he knows how hard this must be on the isolated Will. Greg tells Will he will check into 'Coffee Girl', mostly to insure himself that the woman is not a hooker. <p> 'Coffee Girl' is actually coffee shop owner Lana Martina. However, the ad in question was not the one placed by Lana. She just seeks a roommate not a playmate. As Lana and Greg become acquainted they fall in love. However, even with the matchmaking encouragement of Harry the blow-up doll, a relationship between this couple seems doomed because neither one seems to want it. He worries about his brother's feelings while she wonders if he is gay. The final obstacle is he owns the property where her shop is located and he plans to sell the place. <p> SEEKING SINGLE MALE is an entertaining romantic romp filled with warm characters that make the story line fun to read. Though at times a stretch in reality, fans will not cares as the tale works because of the intriguing, often offbeat interrelationship between cast members including Harry. Stephanie Bond provides readers with a triumphant contemporary with Harry moving on to his next book in Chicago. <P>Harriet Klausner

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