Take Me There by Leslie Esdaile

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Love By The Numbers

Everything in life has to add up for CPA Karin Michaels. Her checkbook--balanced. Her day planner--precise. Her doctor boyfriend--predictable. So why, on a scale of one to ten, is her happiness rating a zero? And the last thing Karin needs now is to tangle with her firm's most difficult client, Jacques Bernard Dubois.

A sexy hunk of chocolate with a spicy attitude, rapper Dubois is in big trouble with the tax man and afraid he'll lose his company, Def Island Sounds. He needs a special lady to balance his books. But neither he nor Karin count on a passion so explosive it steals their reason. Suddenly they're at his home on the romantic island of St. Lucia--bedded, wedded, and in the worst predicament of their lives . . .

"Esdaile has truly mastered her ability to create a beautiful, touching love story." --R.A.W. Sistaz Reviewers

Leslie Esdaile is a graduate of the The University of Pennsylvania Wharton undergraduate program, and alumna of Temple University's Master of Fine Arts in filmmaking program. She has penned over sixteen novels and five novellas within genres as diverse as romance, women's fiction, crime, suspense, and dark fantasy/horror, and regularly contributes to magazines and newspaper columns. Esdaile writes and lives in University City, Philadelphia, with her husband and children.


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Leslie Esdaile Banks was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 11, 1959. She received an undergraduate degree from The University of Pennsylvania and a master of fine arts degree in filmmaking from Temple University. She wrote under the pseudonyms L. A. Banks, Leslie Esdaile, Leslie E. Banks, Leslie Banks, and Leslie Esdaile Banks. She wrote in several genres including crime, thriller, romance, science fiction, and fantasy. Writing as L. A. Banks, she was best known for the Vampire Huntress Legend series and the Crimson Moon series. She received the 2009 Romantic Times Booklover's Convention Career Achievement Award for Paranormal Fiction and the 2008 Essence Magazine Storyteller of the Year Award. She died of adrenal cancer on August 2, 2011 at the age of 51.
Published October 1, 2006 by Dafina. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Karin is delighted to land the account, but apprehensive when she must travel to Jacques' home in St. Lucia .

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