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Brenda Jackson

Genre: Multicultural, Contemporary Romance

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Eternally Yours

It's bad enough when one man gets into your blood, but it's totally awesome when you have three. That's how I felt with my Madaris Brothers Trilogy. They are men I fell in love with and from the cards and letters I've been receiving, so have a number of you.

In Tonight and Forever, I introduced you to Justin Madaris, a man who captures the heart of a woman who swore she would never love again.

In Whispered Promises, you met Dex Madaris, a man who learns that even a once-in-a-lifetime love deserves a second chance.

Now, in Eternally Yours, a third Madaris brother, Clayton Madaris, takes center stage as a ladies' man who begins to see love in a whole new light.

EXCERPT FROM Eternally Yours:

Clayton was having a difficult time assimilating what he was feeling as he continued to stare at her. Air became trapped in his lungs, and his heart pounded in his chest. His mind tried reminding him, uncomfortably, that no woman had ever made him feel such joy, such desperation...and such panic.

A part of him-that part that had always been in full control where women were concerned-was wavering under the seagreen gaze that held him captive.

And that thought was frightening.

"Clayton, are you okay?"

The sound of Syneda's voice was soft, smooth, sexy and concerned. Reaching out, he gently pulled her into his arms. "Yes, I'm fine," he said, lowering his mouth to hers.

Their contact was electric as Clayton ground his lips against her with a hunger that could not be denied. Moments later he slowly raised his head and met her dazed eyes.

"You taste good," he whispered hoarsely against her lips. "I enjoy kissing you."

Syneda stared up into the eyes gazing down at her. The electric brown eyes were glowing like dark fire. "You taste pretty good yourself. And I like kissing you, too."

Clayton grinned and kissed her again, long, deep, hard. He reluctantly broke off the kiss. His breathing was unsteady. "What's planned for this weekend?" he asked huskily, planting butterfly kisses against the corners of her mouth.

He felt her facial grin underneath his lips. In a sensuous voice she replied. "If you don't know, Clayton, I'm not telling."

Thanks to everyone who took the time to write to let me know how much you've enjoyed reading about the Madaris brothers. And by popular demand, Sterling Hamilton, Kyle Garwood's best friend from my story, "Cupid's Bow," which was included in the Valentine novella, A Valentine Kiss, will return in his own story, ONE SPECIAL MOMENT, in August '98.

Please write to me at P.O. Box 28267, Jacksonville, FL 32226 or

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