Lucy Fitzhenry didn't just wake up one morning and decide to do something stupid . . .
But when an experimental strain of chocolate that she'd developed needed testing, someone had to do it. Who knew that overindulging in her creation would turn an introverted plant lover into a wild nymphomaniac? Or that a celebration with Nick, her boss, would lead to a shocking kiss . . . and a whole lot more.
She blamed it on the chocolate. Her new discovery was supposed to have made her career. Not turn her practical, logical, normal life upside down and get her pregnant with her boss's baby! Though she and Nick butted heads at work, if their one night together was any indication, they were a great match in bed. With a little luck (and chocolate!) maybe they could turn their one-night stand into the chance of a lifetime.
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It was all the chocolate's fault. If Lucy Fitzhenry had not overindulged in a new brand of chocolate she's developing for Bernard's Chocolate that night--a brand that apparently unleashed her inner temptress--Lucy never would have seduced Nick Bernard. Sure, Lucy had a crush on Nick, but up until the moment she sampled Bernard Chocolate's new Bliss line, she had never done anything more than dream about her sexy boss. Now, nearly two months after that infamous night, Lucy suddenly discovers she has a more permanent reminder of her passionate tryst with Nick--she's pregnant. Written with a deliciously sharp sense of humor and her usual superb sense of characterization, RITA Award-winning Greene's latest romance is a sweetly sexy, thoroughly satisfying, and simply sublime literary confection. John Charles
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Book Description Wheeler Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111597223131
Book Description Wheeler Pub Inc, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1597223131