The Hitman's Woman

The Hitman's Woman

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Beverly Holland lives it up with her older businessman beau, Eric Fox. He gives her everything she craves . . . except satisfaction between the sheets. Frustrated, she picks up sexy stranger Dante at a hotel bar, who shows her what she's been missing! But he's also about to shake up her life. Beverly has no idea that Eric is really a hit man or that Dante has a vendetta: Eric killed his brother and now he wants Eric dead. Beverly also doesn't know that while she's carrying on with her man's potential killer, her man's carrying on with her best friend, Marilyn, who will do anything to make Eric hers. When the forces of lust, lies, betrayal, and revenge collide, who's going to survive and who will ultimately be the hitman's woman?

Baker & Taylor
"Eric has never had trouble separating his work as a hitman from his personal life with the gorgeous young Beverly. Those two worlds collide when he meets Dante in a pool hall and takes a liking to him. Little does he know he's just invited his enemy into his home."--P. [4] of cover.


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mjsn Jun 20, 2012

Dante Sheldon, a journalist from CA, goes to Detroit to avenge his brother Russell's murder. Russell was gunned down in his store for refusing to pay thugs protection money. The thugs were getting away with it because they were paying members of the Detroit PD off. While in Detroit, Dante meets and falls in love with Beverly, who happens to be the hitman's girlfriend, which at the time he is unaware of. Dante wants to kill the hitman and the man who ordered Russell's murder, but finds that the FBI are on the case, so he backs down. In the end, the right people get what they had coming to them.

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