Sinful Chocolate by Adrianne Byrd
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Charlie Masters, playa extraordinaire, has no plans to change his heartbreaker ways. Then some bad news from his doctor gives him pause for regret...and six months to make things right with all the women he's wronged. Most don't believe him; a few are cooking up revenge; and one has a knockout sister offering him a taste of heaven.

Gisella Jacobs is busy launching her new shop, Sinful Chocolate, when delectable Charlie knocks at her door. Her friends warn that he's trouble, but his kiss is richer than her finest Belgian cocoa, his touch as velvety smooth as her lightest truffle. And when something so wrong feels so right...how can a woman resist?

 

About Adrianne Byrd

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Nationally bestselling author Adrianne Byrd has always preferred to live within the realms of her imagination -- where all the men are gorgeous and the women are worth whatever trouble they manage to get into. As an army brat, she traveled throughout Europe and learned to appreciate and value different cultures. Now, she calls Georgia home. Her first novel in 1997 received rave reviews by "Romantic Times" and fans. Her other novels were consistently selected as the magazine's Top Pick. In 2001, Slam Jam nominated "Say You Love Me" for best romance. Ms. Byrd has been featured in many national publications, including "Today's Black Woman", "Upscale", and "Heart and Soul". She has also won local awards for screenwriting. In the future, she looks forward to continue creating characters that make people smile, laugh, and fall in love.
 
Published December 25, 2008 by Kimani Romance. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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