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by Delilah Dawson

Genre: Erotic Romance, Multicultural

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Dawson's novel has a plethora of erotic scenes. Sassy dialogue from the heroine compliments her spicy personality. Inferno-like chemistry between the hero and heroine makes their relationship believable. But there's little detail about the characters' family and background, which make events difficult to visualize, and some actions prompt questions that aren't ever answered. But the fast-paced tale more than makes up for this faux pas.

Damon Becker is a
traditionalist, and when his grandmother
proposes that they add lingerie and
sex toys to their conservative-apparel
catalogue, he's vehemently opposed. Tanika Davis knows Damon's type
-- uptight and lacking in adventure -- and she doesn't want any part of
his linebacker bod. Working together forces the two to uncover things about themselves that they never knew,
but will it be enough to sustain a
lasting relationship? (St. Martin's, Jan.,
296 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: T.L. Burton

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: January 2007

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