Male Call by Denise A. Agnew

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Her sexy letters are his only lifeline in his dangerous world…

Successful computer software engineer Eve Carmichael melts under yet another hotter than hot letter written by Reserve army soldier Sean O’Callahan. Yet Eve can’t take the thought of his life in danger overseas, and she resolves to get a sex life—and a life period. That means forgetting Sean before anything bad can happen to him. To celebrate her thirty-fifth birthday, Eve plans a trip to Male Call, a male review club. Still, she worries about Sean. She hasn’t received a letter from him in too many weeks. And oh, how she longs for those flirtatious, hot letters.

Sean finds Eve’s letters to be the only lifeline in his increasingly chaotic world. As their feelings grow hot and heavy, he can’t wait to return home and kindle that pure firepower.

When Eve receives a letter from Sean saying he’s been wounded, her fears are realized. But fate and a little mischievous planning by her friends will serve up the greatest surprise of all.


About Denise A. Agnew

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Denise A. Agnew's life is often described as suspenseful, erotic, edgy, thrilling, romantic, adventurous. Ahem. Oh, wait. That's what they say about her award-winning novels. Romantic Times Book Review Magazine has called her work "top-notch" and awarded her novel Primordial a TOP PICK. Denise has written paranormal, fantasy, time travel, romantic comedy, contemporary, historical, erotic romance, and romantic suspense novels. Living in Colorado, Hawaii, and the United Kingdom has given her a lifetime of ideas. Denise lives in Arizona with her real life hero, her husband. Visit Denise's website at Marshall's Law is Denise's thirty-fifth published title.
Published May 29, 2007 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 73 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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