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Her Kind of Man

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Makayla Stevens has blossomed since high school, but one thing hasn't changed: Kenyon Blake still turns her knees to jelly. Back then, she had thick glasses and braces, and he was a gorgeous football star. Now he's the uncle of one of her students, and he's made it plain he'd like to get to know her outside the classroom. The reality is even hotter than her teenage fantasi...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Harlequin Presents
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Debbie
The story was okay. Something to read during your free time. It had a great beginning but the heroine Makayla became very irritating, difficult, and made mountains out of mole hills. Other than that it's an okay read for a slow day.
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My love for reading developed at an early age. My parents, Daniel and Gwendolyn Odidison, were both avid readers and encouraged me to read as much as possible. Trips to the public library were the highlight of my week and by the time I was in junior high I was reading everything from biographies to suspense to True Confession magazines!

I got my big “break” when I was only fourteen-years-old. I rea...more
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