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INDIGO AFTER DARK, VOL. V: EBONY BUTTERFLY
by Delilah Dawson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

2002 Best Multicultural Nominee

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Sharonda Williams's love life is non-existent before her neighbor manages to get a hold of her personal journal the details Sharonda's secret fantasies and
private desires.

James Cooper has little time for extracurricular activities, especially
any that involve the female persuasion. Between his life as an architect and
acting as a handy man for his grandfather, there simply isn't time for
anything involving romance.

But when James finds himself in possession of Sharonda's journal, he decides he might be just the sort of spice that Sharonda needs. He proposes a no-strings-attached sexual feast that is sure to be mutually beneficial.

Extremely erotic in it's content, EBONY BUTTERFLY is by far the best-written work in the Indigo After Dark series thus far. With refreshing characters, tense sensuality, perfect chemistry and creative foreplay, Dawson definitely delivers a sexy tale. (Sep, 161 pp, $14.95)

Reviewed By: T.L. Burton

Publisher: Genesis/Indigo

Published: September 2002

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