C. Kelly Robinson writes best-selling African-American novels that are often compared to the works of Marcus Major. Persistently unlucky with women, Mitchell is tired of dates that seem to go nowhere fast. He's just decided to become a player-replete with a swaggering style and cocky attitude. Now all the women he meets find him irresistible! Enter Nikki, a beautiful woman whose luck with the opposite sex has also been pretty bad. Will they hit it off?
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"What happens when a nice man decides he's tired of women just wanting to be friends? All hell breaks loose. At least it does in this delightful novel. The chapters alternate between the major male and female characters, as do the narrators. JD Jackson's performance is excellent, but Holly Troupe's is not up to par. Where she should give attitude she whines; confidence is clouded in tones of shyness. Unfortunately, this battle of the sexes is a rout. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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