Dangerously in Love

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Simon and Schuster, May 22, 2007 - Fiction - 416 pages
11 Reviews
The lives of three dynamic characters -- a stripper, a desperate housewife, and a sexually addicted husband -- become intertwined in this scorching thriller that takes fatal attraction to a new level, revealing the extreme risks of falling in love.

Exotic dancer Chanelle Lawson is ready to exchange pole dancing for a more traditional life with the perfect guy -- but soon realizes that the man of her dreams may be her worst nightmare.

After three years of a failing marriage, Dayna Reynolds feels unattractive and unloved -- and vulnerable enough to easily succumb to the advances of an enigmatic stranger.

Although Reed Reynolds socializes with members of an elite society, he hides a shocking life -- a life so sordid it jeopardizes his marriage, financial stability, and any chance of a successful career.

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User Review  - Danielle Rameau - Goodreads

This book is one of the great classics by Allison Hobbs, showing she had it going on from the very start. There is never a boring moment with this author. Love her work. Read full review

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love all a.hobbs books Read full review

About the author (2007)

Allison Hobbs is a former member of the female trio of singers known as Brown

Sugar, and a self-taught folk artist. She is a nationally bestselling author and

has been featured in such periodicals as Romantic Times and The Philadelphia

Tribune. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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