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Penguin, 2007 - Fiction - 341 pages
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How can a virgin seeking happily-ever after with a hot pop star who has a penchant for threesomes win her fantasy man? Kimber Edgington desperately needs a plan to convince Jesse McCall, who's been her friend and secret crush since they spent a summer together as teenagers, that they are meant for each other. But all the tabloid stories about his sexual escapades make her feel oh so inadequate.
Determined to prove she's woman enough for Jesse, Kimber turns to bodyguard Deke Trenton for sexual education. Bold and brash, Deke warns Kimber that playing with him is playing with fire. But he can't bear to imagine the innocent beauty in someone else's arms. So Deke and his super-sexy cousin, Luc, take Kimber under their wings and dangerously close to the edge of ecstasy. Though she's saved herself for Jesse, Kimber soon learns he's not the man adept at stoking her aching, endless need. That's Deke, and he can't resist when Kimber begs for more-and more . . . .
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'Make[s] your toes curl!' USA Today bestselling author Angela Knight
'Will . . . have you panting for more!' New York Times bestselling author Susan Johnson
'Will have you grabbing for the nearest fan (or man)!' Jenna Petersen, author of Desire Never Dies

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Shayla Black is Brilliant!

User Review  - Vamp series addict - Borders

Not for the bashful, for sure, but DEFINITELY worth the read. Seriously fun, humorous, hot, sassy, non-apologetic and splendidly overwhelming. These characters embrace Submission and Domination with ... Read full review

For a batchelor party.

User Review  - oregonmom -

I was instructed to buy several Dirty Books for a bachelor party. They were handed out as door prizes. Not my taste in books. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Shayla Black is a pseudonym for a prolific and successful romance author who lives in Texas with her husband and daughter.

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