With smoking hot hits like Lies Lovers Tell and What Love Tastes Like to her credit, Zuri Day has built a considerable fanbase for her scorching contemporary romances. When 40-year-old teacher Gwen Smith travels home to care for her sick mother, she meets a potential new mate who makes her head spin. A “black Fabio,” 26-year-old Ransom Blake knows his way around the bedroom—and he’s about to take Gwen back to school for some lust lessons.
©2010 Zuri Day (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
“… you’ll be rooting for their happily ever after …” (Romantic Times)
yes i would
how she didn't give up on love
im sure she did a good a job
when they got married
Ethnic book with a narrator that isn't.
A narrator can make or break a book, especially an audio book.
Return for sure!
I have a copy of the book, so it was just nice to read a long while someone read to me.
Player's Ultimatum by Koko Brown, because the knowledge that these men pursued someone older and the age of their love interest did not matter one iota to them.
The way the story was written, you would not have known that he was a much younger lover because of Ransom's maturity. I like how he took it kinda slow with Gwen and how he was almost wooing her. I also loved the many surpise twists and turns of the book. Great read.
Some lessons are learned best when you have the right man for the job.
I really have enjoyed this book, that is the reason why I got it also in the audible edition. Because I wanted to enjoy it while I am riding along, and someone else is doing the driving.And Ransom sounds HOT!
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
I love the humor the author put into the book. I found myself laughing throughout the entire book. This book was a great listen from beginning to end.
It was a great way to spend my day.
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