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SCREAM MY NAME

Two women's love stories are told in a novel that's good reading for a cold
winter's night. The sex scenes alone are worth the cover price.

Brandan Walters and his partners are in takeover mode, and the target is Aunt Sadie's Cafe, but Leila James is having none of it. Her only dream is to run and grow the cafe. But with big money at stake, Leila finds herself at odds with everyone, and the stress is taking its toll. Fortunately, Brandan is the perfect stress reliever. Danita, meanwhile, has a social life that's the definition of boring until she meets Jarred "Hawk" Wikvaya. (APHRODISIA, Apr., 266 pp., $12.95)
Reviewed by: 
Jacqui McGugins