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Steamy August books...great for ending the summer

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Making the world a better place...solving one case at a time.


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Getting even. One step at a time…


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Is he a keeper?


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Following her heart can make dreams come true!


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An unexpected catch…


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Every fighter has a weakness...


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This salon's styles are to die for.



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Also by Celeste O. Norfleet:

Just One Touch, July 2011
Paperback
Getting Played, April 2011
Paperback
Come Away With Me, February 2011
Paperback
Cross My Heart (Kimani Romance), May 2010
Mass Market Paperback
When It Feels So Right (Kimani Romance), September 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Sultry Storm, June 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Fast Forward, February 2009
Paperback
She Said, She Said, April 2008
Paperback
When Love Calls, March 2008
Paperback
Following Love, December 2007
Paperback
Pushing Pause, October 2007
Paperback
Love After All, March 2007
Paperback
Love is for Keeps, October 2006
Paperback

Also by Jennifer Norfleet:

She Said, She Said, April 2008
Paperback

She Said, She Said
Celeste O. Norfleet, Jennifer Norfleet

e wants her old life back. Kinda.
Kimani Press Tru
April 2008
On Sale: April 1, 2008
256 pages
ISBN: 0373830912
EAN: 9780373830916
Paperback
$9.99
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Romance Series | Young Adult

Can you ground your mother?

On the last day of school, Tamika's boyfriend dumps her, her best friend moves away and she's forced to go on a lame mother-daughter trip to her grandmother's house. She can barely handle one minute with her controlling, critical mom. But when they arrive, her life gets even worse! Her mother is suddenly acting like she's trying out for Moms Gone Wild, partying with her old high school crowd. Now Tamika's the responsible one: taking care of business and stuck on a nice guy instead of a player. She wouldn't mind a little bit of her old mom back. Wait a minute, did she really say that?

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