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Two murders? A serial killer or a copycat trying to get away with murder?

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First time in paperback

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Fantasizing about the boss is one thing. Falling in love with him is quite another...

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Temptation. Seduction. Pleasure. It's all part of the game...

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One hopeless crush PLUS One pretend girlfriend…Equals TROUBLE!


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Also by Teresa McClain-Watson:

When He Hollers, Let Him Go, May 2006
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Loose Lips, March 2006

When He Hollers, Let Him Go
Teresa McClain-Watson

Kimani Press Sepia
May 2006
432 pages
ISBN: 1583146644
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Inspirational Fiction Romance

Matty Johnson, the handsome new pastor of rural Georgia's Fountain Hope Baptist Church, hasn't been anywhere near a pulpit in six years. He was ousted from his last church under a cloud when a woman he hardly knew became obsessed with him and took drastic action. Matty's anxiety about his new job isn't helped by the fact that the congregation isn't exactly thrilled to see him — except for Diane Tarver, the town's mousy librarian, who finds him off-the- charts gorgeous. And he can't stop thinking about her...

But Leah Littleton, one of Diane's best friends, also likes his style, and before long it looks like she might be bringing more crazy trouble his way. Things only get worse when Matty finds out about another member of the flock being abused by her husband, a powerful and respected judge. As Leah tries every dirty trick in the book to seduce Matty and the judge secretly plans to get him fired from his position, Diane just doesn't know who or what to believe anymore. Are the terrible allegations against Matty true, or is he the man she thinks — and hopes — he is?


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