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Old 10-01-2012, 11:58 AM   #6
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A Man Called Blue by E.C. Sheedy aka Carole Dean (previously published by Zebra in 1997)

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Simone Doucet, a woman caught between her own ambition and loyalty to her boss, her ruthless mother, is determined to prove herself during a critical business trip to London. That means staying focused, efficient, and predatory.

But when a last minute staff change places a man called Blue at the hatch of her private jet moments before she's scheduled for takeoff, Simone's focus starts to blur.

Thomas Bludell opted out of the corporate game years ago. He knows how it plays, knows the rules—or lack of them—and doesn't want any part of it. This trip to London, and taking orders from a female corporate shark, is a favor to a friend nothing more.

Trouble is Blue isn't good at taking orders.

What Blue is good at is seduction.

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