Black Velvet (Blaze)

Black Velvet Blaze SHE HAS A SECRET LIFE THAT MUST REMAIN SECRETAMALIE DOVE A shy librarian causes a sensation writing very sexy stories under the name Madame X When the media turn on the spotlight it s her glamorous f

  • Title: Black Velvet (Blaze)
  • Author: Carrie Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780373257898
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Black Velvet (Blaze)

    SHE HAS A SECRET LIFE THAT MUST REMAIN SECRETAMALIE DOVE A shy librarian causes a sensation writing very sexy stories under the name Madame X When the media turn on the spotlight, it s her glamorous friend Lacey who plays the role of the famous author of the BLACK VELVET booksOMAS JERICHO A cynical journalist uncovers the true identity of Madame X But he isn t readySHE HAS A SECRET LIFE THAT MUST REMAIN SECRETAMALIE DOVE A shy librarian causes a sensation writing very sexy stories under the name Madame X When the media turn on the spotlight, it s her glamorous friend Lacey who plays the role of the famous author of the BLACK VELVET booksOMAS JERICHO A cynical journalist uncovers the true identity of Madame X But he isn t ready to expose her Not until he first exposes those passions that obviously burn beneath little Amalie Dove s demure exterior.

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    One thought on “Black Velvet (Blaze)

    1. Kim

      I really enjoyed the first half of the book, but at some point in the second half, the story sort ofunraveled. It almost seemed as though pieces were written out of order or even by different authors and then inexpertly patched together after the fact. The characters said and did things that didn't logically follow what they'd said and done earlier, and that made for a rather disconcerting read.

    2. Tammy Terrace

      Too frivolous, love scenes too fast paced. A smooth read but one I could set aside easily, not spell binding and didn't move me to tears. Not a keeper or a read again book.

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