Let Me Be The One

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Harlequin, Dec 31, 2013 - Fiction - 400 pages
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How far would you go for a friend? 

Back in San Francisco preparing for her big art show, Vicki Bennett needs help protecting herself and her career from the unwelcome advances of one of the judges. She knows that her longtime friend and baseball star, Ryan Sullivan, will know just how to handle things, and he's the only person she can imagine asking for help. 

Ryan is thrilled to have Vicki back in his life, and he will do anything to protect her from harm, including playing the role of "pretend boyfriend." But when their staged kisses and caresses lead to an incredibly sensual night, they both worry that they may have damaged their friendship forever. 

Have they made the worst mistake possible? Or is the perfect combination of friendship and love finally within reach?


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User Review  - msralways - LibraryThing

Ryan turned out to be a very sweet guy, just like every single Sullivn so far. Vicki was pretty great herself and I really liked that they had a past history, which only made the moment when they got together that much more sexy and hot and sweet. Read full review

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User Review  - amdrane2 - LibraryThing

This book, along with the rest of the series, is sweet, funny, romantic and sexy. These Sullivan boys and girls sure know how to knock the panties (or boxers) off their love interest. In here we ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Bella Andre is an American author. She received her B.A. in Economics from Stanford University before working as a marketing director. She is the author of the acclaimed erotic novel Take Me and several Ellora's Cave erotic romance novels and short stories. Bella is also the author of the bestsellong The Sullivans and Love on Rockwell Islands Series. She also contributed to the nonfiction book called Writing Romance, which serves as a guide to the creation of and industry connections for writing romance novels. Many of her novels are on the New York Times bestseller list including All I Ever Need is You in 2015 and Now That I've Found You in 2016.

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