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Words of Silk - Sandra Brown
Words of Silk
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Laney McLeod's life changes the minute she gets stuck in an elevator in Manhattan-and relies on handsome stranger Deke Sargent to help her fight her claustrophobia. When the power comes back on, Deke and Laney find themselves in a passionate embrace that leads to a night of love. Shocked at her... show more
Laney McLeod's life changes the minute she gets stuck in an elevator in Manhattan-and relies on handsome stranger Deke Sargent to help her fight her claustrophobia. When the power comes back on, Deke and Laney find themselves in a passionate embrace that leads to a night of love. Shocked at her indiscretion, Laney disappears the next morning. Months later, she receives an even greater shock: Deke shows up in her life with an astounding announcement. Unable to forget the chemistry between them, but afraid that she's just another notch on this wealthy playboy's bedpost, Laney is about to discover an even deeper fear...one that she must face or forever lose the one man she can't resist.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780446614160 (0446614165)
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it
3.0 Words of Silk (Silhouette Desire, #139)
Words of Silk is a fairly decent early offering by Sandra Brown. It was originally published under her pseudonym, Erin St. Claire It is a bit dated in its attitudes toward unwed pregnant mothers. I know it was the times, but it was still. Nowadays, if a kindergarten teacher became pregnant while ...
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Yona's Book World rated it
4.0
This was one really great book. I like this type of books, they can always lighten my mood and make my day better.It had the perfect ending and everything was the way i like it....
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What's In EthiopianSiren's Closet rated it
1.0
This definitely reads like a book first published in 1984. The body part descriptions in the sex scenes were so awful, "fleecy delta" and "fanny" being the worst, that you almost wish someone was reading with you so you could laugh together. I also didn't enjoy reading about a school teacher that t...
Barks At Everything
Barks At Everything rated it
1.0
This book was originally written back in the 80's and it shows. The heroine, a naive kindergarten teacher, manages to land herself in an elevator during a blackout with a handsome older guy. She has a fit of the vapors and he ends up carrying her back to his apartment where he thinks it would be a g...
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