GOOD GIRLS DON’T
Collette Campbell wants to be good…to win Bill Brannon’s heart. But she has no idea how to tell him the truth about her position. She isn’t a computer graphics training specialist; she’s an alibi consultant for My Alibi. And her current contact, the person on the receiving end of her talented prevarication skills, is Bill.
Pants on fire…
Bill Brannon is ready to take his friendship with Lettie Campbell to an entirely new level. He loves her for her ability to tell the truth, even about her colorful past; however, when he learns she isn’t as honest as he’d believed, he isn’t certain he can live with the reality. No matter how thoroughly they burn up the sheets…or how completely she captured his heart.
Real Women Don’t Wear Size 2
When the big 3-0 comes and goes, Clarise Robinson finds she isn’t all that disheartened with the curves life has thrown her way. As a matter of fact, she’s learned to work with those curves, literally. As head of the women’s department at Eubanks Elegant Apparel, she’s known for her style, her sass and her abundant curves. Yes, the female once deemed “cautious” by her college buddies has unquestionably left that wallflower image behind to grasp a new label: “confidently curvy.”
But even though she’s found her niche in the world, Clarise knows the truth. Deep down, she’s still holding back, still playing it safe, particularly when it comes to her best friend, boss and darkest fantasy, Ethan Eubanks. And now, it’s time to throw caution to the wind, to take off the gloves, and perhaps, everything else…
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Kelley St. John's previous experience as a Senior Writer at NASA fueled her interest in writing action-packed suspense, although she also enjoys penning steamy romances and quirky women's fiction. She was recently elected to the Board of Directors for Romance Writers of America. Her first release, Good Girls Don't...
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