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  • By Chances Press
    Dec 31, 1969
    "Delightful light reading" Reviewed by Anne Boling for Reader Views (5/07) One Jane's birthday she gives her six friends a gift -- romance. Her party is at The Deep End, a club they frequent. In the past they had all been unlucky at love, but Jane has met someone special and she's hoping her good luck will rub off on them while she spends the weekend with Adam. Samantha -- Former ballerina Samantha plans to spend the night enjoying the company and body of Trevor. Samantha wanted Trevor the moment she met him, but she wasn't one to jump into bed with just anyone. Trevor didn't pressure her. They both knew this was a special relationship. Tonight she is ready to take their relationship to the bedroom. Annabel -- Annabel had been working hard to get the old farmhouse in shape. She'd purchased it when she'd found out her husband Grayson had been unfaithful with two women. She'd decided to enjoy her new home and her dog Oscar. Annabel had sworn off men until she saw Nick... More > without his shirt; she'd hired him two weeks ago as a handyman. She soon found out having Nick around was handier than she'd thought. Delaney -- Delaney had waited around for Jane but when she didn't show up decided to spend the night with MacGrath. She'd been hurt when her engagement was broken. She needed a night of satisfaction, but MacGrath wanted to be more than a one-night stand. Natalie -- It had been quite a while since Natalie had any male companionship. She spent her time and energy building up her veterinarian business. One evening when she was working the late shift, in rushed a gorgeous man with a sick puppy. The next evening he showed up again, but this time to see Natalie. Angelina -- It had been a year since Angelina had met Jake. The two had become fast friends but nothing more. Angelina had come to care deeply for him, but didn't know he cared for her. On the night of the party he told her he didn't want to be friends any more; he wanted more than friendship, he wanted her heart and body. Marley -- When her friends left, Marley was left alone at The Deep End. She loved to dance and made the most of her time there. The bartender Brandon offered her a drink on the house and then offered her dinner. She couldn't believe a guy that good looking was asking her out. She'd never considered herself beautiful. Soon the evening turned sensual. "The Deep End" by Madison Martin is delightful light reading. Ms Martin offers readers six short vignettes of erotic romance; the birthday party of their friend Jane is the thread that connects them, filled with lots of sex and love. Fans of erotic romance will enjoy "The Deep End." I know I did.< Less
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Chances Press
August 9, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.33 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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