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Living under Reese Madaris' roof makes LaKenna James the envy of every woman in town. But Reese's offer of a place to stay is strictly platonic - just until Kenna's new condo is completed. He has no idea that his best friend has been attracted to him since college, and Kenna plans to keep it that way.

Ever since his cousin Blade got married, Reese has become Houston's most eligible bachelor - and a magnet for gold diggers. Reese turns to his temporary roommate for dating advice, and suddenly sees Kenna for the beautiful, voluptuous woman she is. Though Kenna's afraid to give her heart to the man who could so easily break it, when her life is in jeopardy, she'll discover just how far a Madaris man will go when love is at stake

©2011 Brenda Streater Jackson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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awesome awesome awesome!!!!

I love this book its one of my favorites...best friends to more than friends! love.

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Brenda Jackson is the best romance writer ever.

Love all of her books, I have not missed reading one and have read them over and over waiting for the next one. She rocks.

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Good read

liked the book. Love the Madris family. Waiting to read more about Madris. didn't like the narrator.

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great book

good story familiar characters great story line the narrator did a good job one of BJ better book

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Guessing guessing guessing

I watch a lot of thriller movies, so I’ve gotten good at guessing the endings. Expect this time. I was so wrong up until the end. Very good thriller and romance story intertwined 🥰

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Total Fairytale

I truly enjoyed the book. The passion and love all those men had for their women was inspiring. If only men were actually like that.

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I love all Brenda Jackson's books so far.

Love those Madaris boys... the story line catches you from beginning to end. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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It was okay

This was not a favorite... I’m being to think I like the Westmoreland series better.

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Inseparable

I love the book . It made me feel like I was there. I can't wait for the movies.

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stilted dialogue

I love Beverley Jenkins and her stories. My first AA romance was Clayton and Syneda's story when I was in high school and I've been hooked, but this narrator leaves much to be desired. His reading is smooth but when it comes to the characters dialogue, his speech becomes stilted, (think William Shatner parodies) and sometimes uncomfortable to listen too. It's not the first time I've noticed it, but I was hoping it was a weird quirk in the last novel I listened too but he did it again. I will be avoiding this narrator from now on if I can help it.