In the Flesh

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Macmillan, 2007 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Surely there has never been a woman more sensual, more irresistible, than svelte dancer Chloe Dubois. She is a heady combination of innocence and sultry seduction, and Japanese-American businessman David Imakita will risk everything he has to keep her: his career, his friends, even his integrity - such is her power over him. But who is this temptress and what does she want? Is it money, prestige or just love? David's ex-Sumo bodyguard, Sato, believes Chloe will cause havoc in their ordered lives, and turns up information on her that is far from pretty. The warning signs are there, but it is already too late for David, who is under her spell and besotted. Will this unrepentant temptress overturn her wild ways and accept the opportunity to change her life for the better, or will the dark family secrets of her pasty resurface and destroy them both?

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This was the first Emma Holly I read, first erotic theme too. I love David! and Chloe of course... David for me is Rick Yune or maybe Sung Kang and Chloe has that Angelina Jolie or Megan Fox feel. =) Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Emma Holly is the author of Beyond Innocence, Beyond Seduction, Catching Midnight, Cooking up a Storm, Courting Midnight, The Demon's Daughter, Hunting Midnight, and Kissing Midnight. She was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA award for Best Paranormal Romance.

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