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|Slade Martin is under attack. An electronic thief absconded
with all his liquid personal wealth and someone on his board
of directors is plotting a hostile takeover. The obvious culprit
isn’t the guilty party, and Slade gets help to find the real
perpetrator from a surprise source – the lovely and capable
Iris D’Vance is determined to not repeat her mistakes with
men – until she meets Slade Martin, and decides all bets are
off. Accepting the invitation to sit on the board of Slade’s
charitable foundation lands her in the middle corporate
intrigue. Slade needs her help and makes her an offer she
can’t turn down.
Slade and Iris join forces to unravel the plot to ruin Slade and
discover their interest in each other runs deeper than
sharing altruistic works. When the person behind Slade’s
woes is found, it’s Iris who’s in danger. Slade has to act fast
to bring her home safe and make good on his money back
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|Chere Palmer has had enough of boys who only think they’
re men, of blind dates and being polite to everyone’s
cousins. She’s certainly had enough of the cell phone
company that gave her an infamous phone number. She’s
ready for a life of celibacy or an honest-to-goodness
mature man, whichever way it works out. Right now, it’s
late and she wants to go home – alone.
Luke Fisher has had a bad day. The electric was off, he
overslept, the computer network bombed and he had to
stay at the office until midnight to restore it, and on a
Friday, no less. Now, to top it all off, he’s got a flat tire.
Luke calls the number on his roadside assistance card and
instead of help, he gets an angry female. He tries to
convince her he really needs a tow truck, but she’s
convinced he’s out for some fun calling a phone number
made famous in a rock song.
It doesn’t take long for Chere to realize Luke’s telling the
truth. Taken with his sincerity, she agrees to go out with
him and a romance quickly blooms. But Luke’s past is
never far behind, and when it catches up to him Chere has
to decide to walk away or spend her life Loving Luke.