Every Road Leads Back to You by Kori Roberts

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Genre: Multicultural Erotic Suspense
Next Book: Love on the Run

When Clarke, chef and co-owner of a family restaurant, met hotass tough-cop Jack, it was love at first sight. Despite their ten-year age difference, she's determined to have him. She's not above shaking her tail, and her toys, to get him.

Jack has been fighting his growing attraction to Clarke since they met, but the more he tries to resist her, the more he craves her. Unfortunately for him, Clarke seems to sense his weakness and keeps moving right on in for the kiss, if not the kill.

Just when Jack thinks he'll give it up, give in to Clarke and how they feel, an enemy from his past throws up roadblocks. Fortunately, when it comes to love, age is just a number and even the worst revelations can be overcome, because the roads of the heart all lead the same place.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Bondage, spanking, violence.
 

About Kori Roberts

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Kori Roberts writes erotic tales of love, lust and passion -- stories filled with strong, adventurous, and exciting characters who love hot, kinky, no-holds-barred sex. Kori's novels reflect her belief that beauty comes in all forms, shapes, and sizes; love crosses all colors, races, and genders, and happiness can be found in the most obvious and the least expected places. Whether you're seeking contemporary, fantasy, paranormal or suspense novels with single partners, multiple partners, same-sex partners, or all of the above, you'll find what pleasures you within the pages of Kori's books.
 
Published July 10, 2007 by Loose Id LLC. 145 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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