Smitten

Smitten

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by Maris Black
     
 

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SSU BOYS NOVEL #2

Dan Fisher is a fun-loving slacker from SSU with a passion for partying and dancing. When rich girl Avery Wakefield offers him a brand new designer wardrobe in exchange for posing as her boyfriend, he reluctantly agrees. He hates lying, but it's hard to turn down nice clothes and a chance to live in a historic mansion in Savannah for two…  See more details below

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SSU BOYS NOVEL #2

Dan Fisher is a fun-loving slacker from SSU with a passion for partying and dancing. When rich girl Avery Wakefield offers him a brand new designer wardrobe in exchange for posing as her boyfriend, he reluctantly agrees. He hates lying, but it's hard to turn down nice clothes and a chance to live in a historic mansion in Savannah for two weeks. What he doesn't count on is falling hard for her mysterious, straight brother.

Julian Wakefield is as tortured as he is handsome. He keeps a secret close to his heart, and everyone else at a distance. But now his sister's new boyfriend is stirring up feelings he's always been able to deny. Like an angel and the devil all rolled into one, he tempts him to take chances he never would have taken before. Too bad Dan belongs to his sister, whom he would never dream of betraying.

But... put two hot boys with an irresistible attraction in the same house for long enough, something is bound to happen.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149588787
Publisher:
Maris Black
Publication date:
05/31/2014
Series:
SSU Boys , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
90,845
File size:
246 KB

Meet the Author

Maris Black lives in the Southern United States. In college, she majored in English and discovered the joys of creative writing and literary interpretation. After honing her skills discovering hidden meanings authors probably never intended, she collected her English degree and got a job at a newspaper. But she soon figured out that small town reporting wasn’t going to pay the bills, so she went to work in the medical field. Logical progression, right? But no matter what she did, the self-proclaimed compulsive plotter couldn’t stop writing fiction.

“The M/M genre feels sort of like coming home,” she says. “I can’t quite explain it. I’ve always had openly gay and bisexual friends and relatives, the rights and acceptance of whom are very important to me, so it feels great to celebrate that. But there’s also something so pure and honest about the love between two men that appeals to me and inspires me to write.”

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Smitten 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun read but for all th detail throughout ending seems rushed. Definately recommend for rainy day before cuddling wih your loved one