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Publisher's Summary

In her sexiest novel yet, acclaimed romance writer Zuri Day reveals how losing a double-dare can be oh-so satisfying. Eden Anderson is more than a little annoyed at her bad luck when she gets stuck with Jansen McKnight as a temporary roommate. Not only did he torment her as a child, but he’s also a meat-loving, gun-toting cop. So when Jansen bets he can seduce Eden, she can’t wait to show him up. But things aren’t quite black and white—and only time will tell who will come out on top.
©2011 Zuri Day (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By Dornetta on 10-01-11

Falling for Lovin' blue

This story grabbed the readers attention and held it throughout the book. I fell for "Blue" instantly and enjoyed this book. Great read on all levels!

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2 out of 5 stars
By M. Harrison on 08-02-18

Double standards

Normally I enjoy Day’s novels even though the heroine tends to get away with doing things that the hero gets in trouble for(like spending time with another man) this has been the worst case of double standards I’ve read from Day. Eden was so closed minded that she acted like only her view was the only valid one to the point of not even listening to the man she claimed she loved. Jansen was very patient with her and deserved a lot better... but love can be blind I guess.

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