Ex-Girlfriends

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2004 - Fiction - 276 pages
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From the author of Baby, Baby, comes a smart and sexy tale about what happens when America's favorite bachelor gets married, rocking the worlds of the three former friends who were once all his...ex girlfriends. Stop the presses, America's favorite bachelor, Dean Paul Lockhart is getting married! For Lara Ward, it's a reason to go wild. The class act has her own party planning firm, a devoted maid, and a fabulous Manhattan apartment. What she doesn't have is a man. But when she spies Joaquin Cruz, the fireball Latin polo player with a rep for burning up the sheets, she sees her chance to really let go--and how... For society shutterbug Babe Mancini, it means revenge. Snapping candids of the rich, famous, and glamorous for glossy mag 212 has taught her the power of the right picture. And she's got some very personal photos of Dean Paul that her new beau, cable news hell raiser Jake James, would love to take public... For Gabrielle Foster, it's time to panic. She's buried her privileged past and reinvented herself as Brown Sugar, a take-no-prisoners rap priestess who lives by the laws of the streets. Now, with thug impresario AKA Bomb Threat on her arm, she's completed her street cred look, unless rival rapper Queen B (and this wedding) blows her cover... Faster than you can say high-strung Japanese Olsen twins, gay walkers, thug posses, PDH's (personal diamond handlers), breathy psychics, media wars, and high-profile fistfights (don't ask), three friends are about to reunite for the wedding of the century--and the ride of their lives--only to discover that the one that got away just might be the friendship that could see them through.

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Kylie Adams is a "USA Today" bestselling author whose work has been translated into several languages. Visit the author's website at www.readkylie.com

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