Naked Truth (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 256 pages
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TV host Eve Best is sitting pretty-- a great talk show, amazing coworkers and soon she'll be waist-deep in lotto cash. But when Mitch Hayes, a national network scout, comes strolling into her office, Eve forgets it all in a sizzling urge to have her way with him. Repeatedly.

And it's so not professional to drool...

Mitch needs to sign Eve's show for his network, or else. Fortunately, his boss did say something about "romancing" Eve-- and after a split-second glance at the curvalicious woman, Mitch figures he might just have the best job ever.

But can you get naughty with someone-- without the naked truth getting in your way?

  

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
18
Chapter Three
31
Chapter Four
47
Chapter Five
59
Chapter Six
72
Chapter Seven
85
Chapter Eight
96
Chapter Twelve
148
Chapter Thirteen
162
Chapter Fourteen
174
Chapter Fifteen
186
Chapter Sixteen
198
Chapter Seventeen
210
Chapter Eighteen
220
Chapter Nineteen
233

Chapter Nine
113
Chapter Ten
125
Chapter Eleven
139
Epilogue
240
Copyright Page
245
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About the author (2007)

Shannon got her first positive review at the age of eight, when her third-grade teacher shivered at a story she wrote about a ghost in a graveyard. She wrote her first book at 13 and sent it off to a literary publisher, who probably took one look at the yellow typing paper and white correction fluid and deduced the age of the author. His remarks were consequently very kind, and gave her the courage to keep writing. Twenty-five years, seven manuscripts and zillions of rejection letters later, Shannon sold her master's thesis to Harlequin and fulfilled a lifelong dream. After moving to California from Canada, Shannon started work in the high-tech industry in Silicon Valley. She fell in love with and married her boss, but while they were still newlyweds, the 1989 earthquake destroyed their house. During the construction of a new home, she learned what teamwork and communication really mean! Shannon is now living her dream of being a writer, and freelance editing keeps her in touch with the fast-paced corporate life that sparks so many ideas. She loves to hear from readers. Send her an e-mail at shannonhollis@att.net.

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