In this captivating contemporary romance, sure to delight readers of Rachel Gibson and Susan Elizabeth Phillips, a small-town wallflower learns that in the game of love, being shy gets you nowhere.
Kate Bloom’s ordered world is turned upside down when notorious bad boy and superstar athlete Jesse Chapman comes home. Seeing him again reminds Kate of all the reasons she harbored a Texas-sized crush on him back when they were kids. But she isn’t a little girl anymore . . . and she’s ready to show this hell-raising playboy just how much she’s grown up.
After a reporter starts digging into his past, Jesse Chapman returns home looking for space. The last thing he needs is a distraction, but that’s just what he gets when he sees his little Katie. Suddenly the girl next door is hot and sexy—and more than even this legendary ladies’ man can handle.
BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Linda Francis Lee's Sinfully Sexy.
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|Title of eBook: Suddenly Sexy|
|Release Date: 08-31-2004|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Katherine Bloom told herself she could do this. She just needed to focus and concentrate on getting the job done as quickly and as efficiently as possible. She refused to think about the fact that she didn’t have much experience. Though surely it was no different than riding a bike. Once you’d done it, you never forgot how. And if this was what she had to do to keep her job, so be it.
Nerves tried to break through her raised-chin bravado, and suddenly keeping her incredibly great job as an award-winning newswoman didn’t seem all that important. If she hurried, she realized, she could walk out the door and be in Mexico by lunch. She could change her name. Dye her hair. Find employment selling tacos on the street corner in downtown Ciudad Juárez. Didn’t everyone need a career change at one time or another?
Groaning at herself, she shook the thought away. During the last week, she had put her reporter’s skills to work. She had found magazine articles, online Web sites, and books with titles like Make It Sizzle and Spice Up Your Life.
Not one to depend on a man to think of every eventuality, she’d had the foresight to purchase a few things she thought they might need.
A bottle of wine.
Some painful-looking utensils. Who knew things had gotten so creative?
Plus, carrots and potatoes.
She still couldn’t believe Julia expected her to cook on live television with a man referred to as the Naked Chef.
Kate took a deep calming breath, thought about the stress management techniques she had learned in the company-sponsored stress management c