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In a sequel to the ever-popular "CAN'T GET NEXT TO YOU," wild and adventurous April Dutton flies off to Las Vegas for a weekend of fun and games, and is swept off her feet by the dashing and handsome Alexander "Lex" Macmillan. Caught up in a whirlwind romance, the two lovebirds get hitched. But when Lex, who is the CEO of a prestigious family-owned firm, wakes up the next ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Harlequin
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Nichie Kay
I LOVE THIS BOOK. IT IS A MUST READ AND READ AGAIN......I loved this book from the beginning to the end.. I am in love with story line.. The book is great from the word go. Ape stayed true to herself and what she believed in no matter what and she in the end she got her man....
Helen
This is a fantastic Love Story from beginning to end. The characters are well defined and you can really get into their adventure. The fight they both put up to deny it is almost comical. Their is hurt, pain and more than anything passion. Their passion is hot enough to but up the pages. And speaking of pages, I have been trying to get the author or publishers to convert this book for ereaders. There is a whole new group of readers who only us ereaders and that is their main purchasing. This is ...more
Shawnette
Count on Niobia

Only the second novel I've read by Niobia, and she doesn't disappoint. This book was sweet, romantic, funny and definitely HOT! It was a quick read. She brought two characters together that were totally different, yet the complimented eachother so well. It was a great sequel to Can't Get Next to You. Looking forward to reading more of her novels.
Lady Raven RAVE!
I LOVE THIS WOMAN... i like her stories they make you laugh and sigh and makes you wanna fall in love good read for me i like Ape's personality miss independent...and Lex is too cute..I wish there was a story about his 2 friends tho that would be interesting..
Kesha
I loved this book from page 1. Drunk Lex was the best Lex. Hated his snotty mom though. This was one of those books that you know you will read again and again. Only problem I had was I wish it had been longer.
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count on this by niobia bryant 1 3 Feb 03, 2013 06:37PM  
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Niobia Bryant was born and raised in the Central Ward of Newark, New Jersey to Letha and Ernest. She has one brother, Caleb. Bryant reveals her mother's struggles to raise them alone while her father fought a drug addiction. She credits her mother for introducing her to books at an early age.

Bryant was educated in the Newark Public Schools system and graduated from University High School, eventua
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