Whatever Lola Wants

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Macmillan, Sep 13, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Revenge May Be Sweet...
As an awkward teenager, Sadie St. James never exactly turned heads. Then she blossomed into a total fox with a sleek look and a sexy new name: Lola. Successful and confident, Lola has men falling for her left and right, but she never forgot the boy who broke her heart years ago. When she learns he's back in town, Lola vows to find him, seduce him-and then leave him flat...

But Nothing Tastes Better...
After a knee injury ends his NFL career, Chaz Kelly goes home to Washington D.C. and starts a landscaping business. When he's hired by one Lola St. James, he doesn't recognize the name or the face. Lola puts the moves on Chaz so fast, she makes his head spin. Things go from hot to scorching in record time. But Lola hasn't even gotten started yet...

Than A Hot Dose Of Passion...
Once she starts tangling with Chaz, Lola wonders if she can go through with her big plan. Chaz is still the sweet, gentle man she remembers, and she's falling for him all over again. Maybe, just maybe, Lola is ready to tame her wild ways-especially for a man worth taming them for...

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About the author (2004)

Niqui Stanhope was born in Jamaica, West Indies, but grew up in Guyana, South America. In 1984, she immigrated to the United States, where she graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Chemistry and went on to become a scientist. She has been chosen as Author of the Month by Romance in Color magazine, and was nominated for the 2001 EMMA Award and the 2002 Gold Pen Award. She is the author of several books, including Changing the Rules and Whatever Lola Wants.

You can write to her at: P.O. Box 6105, Burbank, CA 91505 or email her at: Niquij@aol.com.

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