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Get Some Love
by Nina Foxx



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    List Price: $14.99 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 288
    ISBN13: 9780060526481
    Imprint: William Morrow Paperbacks
    Publisher: HarperCollins
    Parent Company: News Corporation

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    Dark and lovely Angelica Chappee was brought up right by her loving grandparents. Still reeling from the shock of losing the two people she cared for most in this world, she’s anything but ready for what’s waiting for her in her dear departed "Pop-pop’s" will. It turns out her grandfather was rich — millionaire-rich! And it’s all coming to Angelica — if the innocent, almost-21-and-never-been-kissed Baton Rouge baby can prove that she’s no longer a …Well this is just crazy — and the last thing she would have expected from that sweet old man! And six days is so little time to go from being Ms. Don’t-Touch-Me to Hot Lady Love! But a cool couple mil is a strong incentive. And Juan Delgado, that fine black Puerto Rican prince from the Bronx, NYC, who’s down South on family business, would be turning her head anyway, fortune or no.Still, Angelica’s a "good" girl — and gettin’ it on with a stranger seems wrong! And now the money is attracting some shady characters with very bad motives … so Angelica’s got something else to worry about besides her virtue!Smart, sexy, fast, and fun, Nina Foxx’s Get Some Love is a pure delight.

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