Never Knew Love Like This Before

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In Katrina Blues, sparks fly when Deni Richards, a Los Angeles Attorney, meets Coleman Blue, a gorgeous, displaced New Orleans jazz saxophonist, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. At first glance they re complete opposites, but tragedy brings thes…

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    Om Never Knew Love Like This Before

    In Katrina Blues, sparks fly when Deni Richards, a Los Angeles Attorney, meets Coleman Blue, a gorgeous, displaced New Orleans jazz saxophonist, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. At first glance they re complete opposites, but tragedy brings these two opposites together to find common ground in love. At forty-six, Glenda Dixon is about to experience A Change of Life. Her perfectly calculate life is thrown into a tailspin when she announces to her husband of twenty-seven years that she s expecting her first baby, and he announces that he is having an affair and plans to file for divorce. With all that going now, is a new man one ten years her junior one change too many?Successful, accomplished, and single, Morgan feels her biological clock ticking and pressures from family and peers to choose a man and settle down. She wanted to be free, but no alone. Her fear of commitment leads her to become involved with three men at the same time. There s Bruce, a sexy police officer and Troy, who embodies the irresistible and alluring thug life. Then there s Isaiah, who appears to be her soul mate, or so it seems. Will passion and excitement find her wrapped up in Something Hot?

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Kopisperre
    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2007
    Forlag
    Kensington
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781599832951
    Sider
    304

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