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Pretty Boys
by Linda Dominique Grosvenor

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    Format: Hardcover
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 233
    ISBN13: 9780974171494
    Imprint: Sadorian Publications
    Publisher: Sadorian Publications
    Parent Company: Sadorian Publications

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    In Pretty Boys (three sassy and entertaining novellas) Linda Dominique Grosvenor gives readers a look into the lives of three different classes of women with one single dilemma; pretty boys. In "Sweet Tooth," Shanta Barrett and her sister Abby listen to the popular call-in radio show Thirty-Something religiously. On a dare she’s fixed up on a blind date with an eligible caller. He’s good-looking, charming and self-employed, but Shanta is a determined woman with high expectations, will her gorgeous date be able to live up to them? "Indian Summer," finds Phyllis Henderson struggling to get rid of her on again off again boyfriend Rod, when she meets her single neighbor, handsome biker Levi Jones. She’s had her fill of men, but when her apartment is burglarized, her neighbor chivalrously comes to her rescue. However, Phyllis is still convinced that all men want one thing. Will Levi disprove or confirm her suspicions? In the title story "Pretty Boys," Phaedra Dean finds that when she made the transition from unknown to the glamorous life of a supermodel, one thing didn’t change, her affinity for scrumptious-looking men. Men have always been plentiful in her life, but when her ex-photographer is murdered and she becomes the prime suspect, her boy toy Julian proves one thing, loving the one she’s with may not be the best option.

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