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Love's Little Instruction Book
by Mary Gorman
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Denise Johnson is on her way to starting a new life. She's left her wealthy, cheating ex-husband behind and moved back to Boston, where she moves in with her romance novel-writing mother and lands a job as a deejay at a popular Boston radio station. Finally back on the road to independence, the last thing Denise needs is another man in her life. Dave DiSciullo wants to start a family, but he refuses to settle for anyone who's less than a perfect match. So when Dave meets Denise, his newest coworker, he's thrilled. She's sweet, smart, and sexy as hell. Afraid that he'll never get Denise to notice him, Dave comes up with the perfect plan - he decides to read romance novels and use them as guidebooks for how to woo and win a woman. But even a well thought-out plan is not without its bumps, and Dave struggles to apply what he learns from the books to his courtship of Denise. What does it mean to be a hero? Do men and woman mean different things when they say "I love you"? And how do you "rescue" a modern, successful woman who doesn't seem to need any help? Sensuality Level: Sensual
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