Los Angeles, 1924 Broadway producer Lewis Cartsdyke has come to Hollywood with a business proposition for starlet Poppy Edwards. But as he's watching her sing in a downtown club, dressed in a man's suit that skims her lush curves, a much more wicked proposal comes to mind. Poppy has fame, wealth and an aversion to love. Lewis offers the kind of passion she craves-delicious, sensual heat without complications. Night after night she abandons herself to sensation, promising she won't lose her heart the way her sister did. But for Lewis, uncomplicated is no longer enough-and soon he won't be satisfied until he's claimed all of Poppy in blissful surrender.
by Marguerite Kaye
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