Midnight Kisses

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Love Spell, 2000 - Fiction - 395 pages
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Smooth, sensual, fantastic skin that begged to be tasted -- Josephine Farrington had just re-invented it. The new plastic was great for making lifelike toys, but she had a better idea: making a man. Tired of the pushy jerks that courted her, Josie could now design the bronze-skinned, hard-muscled exterior of a robo-hunk that could fulfill all her deepest fantasies. And she knew just the man to build the body.

Matthew Taylor had never had trouble erecting anything, and the handsome scientist knew that Josie's robot was something he could create. But the beautiful biochemist deserved better than the cold devotion of a machine; she needed the fiery embrace of a real man. In an instant, Matt knew his course: by day he vowed to build her model of masculine perfection -- by night he swore to be it.

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Kimberly Raye is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including Dead End Dating and Dead and Dateless. She's been nominated for several Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards, as well as two RITA Awards. Her books have been featured in several major magazines, including Better Homes & Gardens and Glamour, and her novel Sometimes Naughty, Sometimes Nice was a Cosmopolitan magazine book club pick. She lives deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country with her husband and their young children. Please visit her website at www.kimberlyraye.com.

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