The Hot Spot

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BET Books, 2005 - Fiction - 246 pages
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In the winter of 2003. Atlanta is rocked by a scandal when a congressman's drug-dealing girlfriend viciously attacks his wife in broad daylight. Public relations whiz, Kendra Harrell is called into do damage control. While handling the situation, she finds herself drawn to the politician's sexy chief of staff, Yusef Huntley. Her girlfriend. Meghan Bennett, a top VIP event planner for Atlanta's elite warns Kendra that it would be a conflict of interest and tacky beyond belief to date anyone connected to the client until the contract is completed. On the other hand. Stephanie Ivey, a free-spirited and seductive corporate diva encourages Kendra to string him along until she has landed a fat contract to handle all aspects of the congressman's public relations. While the girlfriends don't always agree, they do concur that life in Black Mecca is never dull and they are always exploring the next romantic adventure. In the midst of a widely-heralded "man shortage," the sizzling trio of glamorous professionals enjoy more than their share of romantic adventure. Meghan's Mr. Perfect, Noel Briscoe, has finally popped the question, but Meghan can't accept until she figures out how to deal with his shortcomings in the bedroom. Stephanie juggles some of the city's most eligible men with enviable case, but her dilemma is that she's never been quite romantically satisfied with any of them. But when Kendra is invited to create a campaign for a lush new Caribbean resort, she and her friends are about to discover more secrets about each other--and themselves.

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Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
31
Section 3
39
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About the author (2005)

TaRessa Stovall is the co-author of A Love Supreme, and The Buffalo Soldiers. She is also the co-editor of the anthology, Proverbs for the People. She is currently a professor in the Temple University School of Communications and a public relations consultant. TaRessa is a native of Seattle, and a graduate of Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. She now resides in Southern New Jersey with her family.

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