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A Matter of Honesty

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Lauryn Anderson is unemployed and struggling to make ends meet. One night away from having to move into a homeless shelter, Lauryn plans to enjoy her last night by staying in a low cost motel. The last thing Lauryn expects when she awakes is to be trapped under a tree waiting to be rescued. Steve Mitchell becomes her hero when he reaches in and pulls her to safety.

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Kindle Edition, 183 pages
Published May 6th 2010 by Red Rose Publishing
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Apr 06, 2012 J rated it it was ok
Where do I begin? I read The Price of Passion by Ms. Morris and was excited to read more of her work. That excitement did not last long.

This one is just another story that had a lot of promise, but was poorly executed.

She seems to be the victim of editors who are not honest with her like so many other authors who specialize in IR Romantica. Ms. Morris provides boatloads of extraneous (and sometimes conflicting) details.

I read it the first three times. I didn't need you to write it a fourth.

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Apr 12, 2012 VaLinda Miller rated it liked it
Lauryn, 22, African American, was found (Or you can say “saved”) from under the rubble of a dump motel after a tornado hit Norman, Oklahoma by Steve. Steve is 30, white and “one of the most handsome man she has ever seen in her life.” You believe that, don’t you!!!

After he “saves” her and she was laid off from her low paying job, he offers her a job as housekeeper/nanny to his young daughter. According to Steve, the mother did not want anything to do with the kid, so he needs someone to take ca
Jul 05, 2011 Tony rated it it was ok
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It started off really well, though I think Ms. Morris made the heroine a bit to young. Somewhere towards the end it just lost something, and I got tired of things being repeated over and over again. There was just to much that could have been talked about for them to keep repeating the same information. The other thing is the main character became something of a contradiction toward the end. Thankfully the "conflict" the big secret which really wasn't that big of a deal in my eyes was left to th ...more
Sep 28, 2011 A-W rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful book that's filled with romance and passion and gives hope that beautiful blessings can come after tragedy. I just loved little Hannah. She was just a peach:-)
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Stephanie Morris is the author of interracial/multicultural and paranormal romance/erotica. She loves to write according to her moods but you will always get a story that combines a sensual energy with a captivating storyline. A native of the Dallas, TX area, Stephanie currently resides in Fort Worth, TX.

Stephanie currently has a release out titled Better Late Than Never. This is the first book in
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