Burning Desire

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St. Martin's Press, Dec 8, 2009 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Dante Garrett learned the handyman trade from watching his late grandfather and his father hard at work. Painting, carpentry, and plumbing were among his talents, to the point that he became one of the most wanted men in Park Chester—but not without ducking and dodging some of the horny housewives who were his clients. In fact, Dante goes to great lengths to keep from crossing the line that separates him from clients such as the wispy Ms. Thomas and the regal Mrs. Singletary. It's when he falls head over heels for a client's niece, Stacy, that Dante's life begins to change.

Stacy is single and recently relocated from Atlanta, Georgia, in search of opportunities that the big city has to offer. But there are skeletons in her closet that she dare not reveal. And while Dante stands by Stacy through thick and thin, he soon discovers that not all secrets can remain hidden.


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Dante Garrett, a hardworking handyman who services a number of Bronx, NY, low-rent apartments, hooks up with Stacy Singletary, whose bangin' body is all that. Stacy does incredible work in the bedroom ... Read full review

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Relentless Aaron lives in Atlanta, Georgia. The author is currently producing short films and working on a series of books to add to his existing catalog of thirty novels.

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