In her sexiest novel yet, acclaimed romance writer Zuri Day reveals how losing a double-dare can be oh-so satisfying. Eden Anderson is more than a little annoyed at her bad luck when she gets stuck with Jansen McKnight as a temporary roommate. Not only did he torment her as a child, but he’s also a meat-loving, gun-toting cop. So when Jansen bets he can seduce Eden, she can’t wait to show him up. But things aren’t quite black and white—and only time will tell who will come out on top.
©2011 Zuri Day (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
This story grabbed the readers attention and held it throughout the book. I fell for "Blue" instantly and enjoyed this book. Great read on all levels!
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure." -Nelson Mandela
I felt that the book was over Lloyd a good book, but the ending felt rushed.
I love this book but, I do not like how judgemental Edan was. She was supposed to be so mother earth but she judged a man she loved off of what someone else said without doing the research.
yes because it really was a good listen
the holistic approch
not sure she really didn't change her voice
when he saved her from being attacked
Tension, sexual tension!
Blue he was very sure of himself and witty.
No, but i enjoyed her acting in this book.
How tender blue was.
This appears to be a narrator in training: audible smacking noises, breaking sentences at weird intervals, monotone during exciting times but about 30% of the book she nails it. Not an unbearable listen but quality is lacking. Good story line contrast between absolute peace and necesarry dangers. SMOKING HOT love scenes.
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