Raine's Blues by Sharon Cullars
(Off Like a Prom Dress)

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Raine Gayle runs a struggling club called Raine's Blues located on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Her world is full of the interesting characters the club shelters from the ugliness of L.A.'s mean streets. Faced with a financial crisis and desperate to keep her club open, Raine searches frantically for that one act that will draw the crowds. She believes she has found that act in the form of the beautiful and renowned chanteuse, Cintra Wells.

Cintra Wells is more than a little surprised when Raine asks the band to headline at the small blues club. Usually Cintra would reject the offer of such a low venue, but decides to take the gig for one reason – Raine. Cintra recognizes Raine immediately; after all, Raine turned Cintra down for their high school prom. Back then though, Cintra went by her…or rather, his…real name, Neil Williams. Neil doesn't hold any grudges against Raine. Though, it would be fun to play her a good turn since it's obvious Raine doesn't realize that Cintra Wells is actually a man. Namely, the smolderingly sexy manager of Cintra's jazz quartet.

Payback doesn't particularly have to be a bitch, but in this case, it won't be a lady either.

About Sharon Cullars

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Sharon Cullarsÿlives in Evanston where she works as a writer. In her spare time, she reads whatever she can lay her hands on, but particularly loves works that allow her to make an emotional connection to the characters. She does not limit herself to any one genre and is a lover of mystery, romance, horror and sci-fi. She has served as editor for an ezine for African-American women focused on culture, finance and health. She has also written several short stories for online and hardcopy publications, one of which was published inÿMasques V, an anthology of horror literature that includes contributions by Ray Bradbury, Gary Braunbeck, Poppy Z. Brite and Richard Christian Matheson.ÿ
Published June 22, 2010 by Loose Id LLC. 102 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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