A Hard Man is Good to Find!

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“This book had me laughing from beginning to end. It was like I was having a conversation with my best friend over a bottle of chilled wine. Women will love it. Men need to read it and will ultimately adore it. Myths are busted about sex, what women want, and how men come off…” – Readers with Attitude Bookclub

“I had to be careful where I read it as there was always the possibility of me laughing out loud. . . no exaggeration. There was a huge grin on my face constantly with occasional erruptions of giggles. The story line was tight, true to life, engaging, unique, very entertaining, and may I also add sexy and romanitic as well…” – First Amazon Review from “Satisfied Customer”

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About A HARD MAN IS GOOD TO FIND:

MICHELLE LARSEN has found a man straight out of a romance novel–handsome, fit, educated, and pulling in a six-figure income. Despite the exceptional qualities and his obvious interest in her, things are moving too slow between them. Unlike most men who can’t wait to get in her pants, this particular man refuses to take things to the next level.

DARYL JACKSON has grown tired of the nightclub scene and wants to settle down, but he has a secret that always seems to interrupt any potential love connection once he reveals it. He believes Michelle is the ideal woman, but can she handle the truth?

After six weeks of dating, and still no attempt from him to get her “horizontal,” Michelle grows sex-starved. She is driving herself crazy trying to figure out Daryl’s problem! During a weekend getaway in Palm Springs, Michelle finally puts an end to the what’s-wrong-with-Daryl guessing game and demands to know what’s up. Not only does Daryl answer all her questions, Michelle learns firsthand that you really need to be careful with what you wish for!

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Michael March 26, 2012 at 12:49 pm

Additional thought: one of the reviews openly admits it’s revealing a “spoiler.” Since that “spoiler” seems to be one of the selling come-ons of the book I think you’d have legitimate grounds for asking Amazon to delete it.

– MJM

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