It started with a simple request for Tony Peay to pretend to be her man for the evening. The problem was Tony enjoyed the role so much of pretending to be her man which led them to his hotel room, where he became a very real lover.
And he wanted the rest of what she had cooked up in the menu in her head. Together, they created the perfect menu for loving.
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Menu for loving
I really like this book. It was smart, sassy and full of humble.