'I can sleep with the knowledge that you'll be
yards away from my bed, however misguided you think I am.'
'Just out of curiosity,' Jace queried, puzzled, dubious and distinctly probing. 'What in the hell are you waiting for?'
'I don't know what you mean,' Tammy answered evasively.
'Try again,' Jace smiled wickedly. '
I haven't met the right man.'
'Do you think you've met the right man now?'
'I'm still searching,' Tammy answered, not daring to look at him.
'I see,' Jace's amused eyes flickered. 'So I'm not in the running then?'
Tammy busied herself with smoothing the duvet on the spare bed, her heart beginning to pound loudly against her ribcage. 'These are fresh sheets, so you should sleep comfortably,' she steered.
'I'd sleep better next to you?' Jace coaxed.
'I don't think I like being equated with a sleeping pill.'
'Who's talking about sleeping?' Jace remarked. 'You can put me to sleep.'
Tammy Caswell had heard of the
formidable-sounding Afro-Brazilian Jace Washington Jr, but what she wasn't
prepared for was the way he stormed into her life with plans that called for a
mammoth change to the company that rightfully belonged to her brother.
And how could she hope to successfully scheme against the threatening man whose passion seemed to overwhelm her, when her grandmother's health, and very life, depended upon her going along with his arrangements for their timely marriage.
' . . . a well written ethnic relationship novel with several
'Affaire de Coeur, USA
'Seerani's book has an informative and socially conscious twist.'
Black Elegance, USA
'A perfect choice for the many sisters who enjoy their regular dose of passionate, manly, sexually tense romantic fiction.'
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