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Contemporary
Dinner For Two (publisher issues)
By Dina Smith
Apr 1, 2005 - 10:43:00 AM

***image4***Anne-Marie Collins was having a really bad day. First her boss's wife accused her of having an affair with her husband, then she got a huge hole in her stockings and had to throw them away, and then when she went in to get her food at the local Chinese restaurant her car was towed away. All Anne wanted to do was go home, eat her dinner and have a major pity party. When Anne stepped into the elevator at her apartment building she is joined by her gorgeous neighbor.


Hugh Thomas was having the best day of his life. The case he has been working on for months was finally over and he won. Never mind that it had cost him his girlfriend, and he actually had to take a modeling job to earn some money so he could take the case pro bono. In the end it had all been worth it, after all it did take him two weeks to notice his girlfriend had moved out so it must not have been love. Then when Hugh enters the elevator at his apartment building he meets his new neighbor, his day was getting better and better.

 

As Anne and Hugh are going up to the tenth floor where their apartment's are located, the elevator gets stuck. Now they are both trapped in the elevator, alone, for who knows how long. After the two of them finish off the Chinese food Hugh suggests a game to pass the time, twenty questions. Of course this was not going to be your everyday, average game, these were two healthy adults after all.

 

Unfortunately just when the game starts getting interesting the elevator starts working. Will Anne and Hugh say good-night and part ways or will they find someplace else to finish their game?

 

DINNER FOR TWO is a short and sexy romp that will leave you breathless. If you are in the mood for a quick but satisfying read I would highly recommend reading DINNER FOR TWO.



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