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Blackgentlemen.com
by Zane



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List Price: $7.99 (store prices may vary)
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Classification: Fiction
Page Count: 432
ISBN13: 9781593091675
Imprint: Strebor Books
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Parent Company: CBS Corporation

Book Description: 


Blackgentlemen.com is the premiere web site showcasing African American bachelors. Women from around the country search the site in hopes of finding true love. Step inside this exciting collection of novellas about women that meet men on the site, penned by some of the hottest female novelists on the scene today. In "Duplicity" Zane shows us what happens when twins end up sharing a little bit more than they morally should. "In Lessons Learned" Shonda Cheekes entices us with a trail of lies and their ultimate consequences. In "Your Message Has Been Sent" J.D. Mason brings a lonely widow back to life in the most sensual of ways. In "The Adventures of the Bold and Bourgeois" Eileen M. Johnson introduces us to a sister with issues that she finally decides to resolve with the aid of the right brother. Zane rounds out the collection with "Delusions" about a woman on the brink of disaster with the man who seemingly stepped right out of her dreams. Entertaining, witty, humorous, and not to mention extremely sexy, the five novellas in Blackgentlemen.com will keep you riveted and yearning for more. The really wicked part is that Blackgentlemen.com actually exists. Maybe you might find the man of your dreams on the Internet. Check it out and see for yourself.

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