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Black Queen

Series: Quad ~ Book 4

Publisher: Twisted E-Publishing
Oct 2017

Genre: Contemporary/Interracial
Format: Ebook & Print



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What does it take to capture the queen’s heart?

Kenya “Shanni” Powers had a past full of terror but is moving on. She’s found a new home and started a new life. One rainy winter night, a stranger walks in—that despite her typical suspicion—makes her want to help him. She offers him a place to stay until the weather clears and he accepts. An act which puts her in danger from her ex.

Lane “Cam” Camden is a country music star who’s had enough of the bodyguards his manager assigned to him. In the Pacific Northwest he meets Kenya, who opens her home to him. They grow close during their time together and he vows to look her up after he leaves. Reunited in Tennessee, he tries to pursue a relationship with her, accepting solely friendship at first.

She wants to allow him in but she’s terrified. Will her fear cause her to lose her chance at a future with him? Can Cam move them beyond her hesitations and his misdirection from when they first met?

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As he set down his fork Cam said, “That was by far the best meal I have had in a long time. Can I help clean up?”

Kenya didn’t have a large kitchen so she knew they would be brushing against each other. She knew he knew it as well. “Sure. Wash or dry?”

“I’ll wash since I don’t know where your dishes go.”

“Cool.” She hated washing. Kenya stood up and began to clear the table.

Cam got up to help. “Nice dogs.”

“Thanks. They are my babies.” She began the dishwater in the sink and added some lemon scented soap.

Cam nudged her aside with his wide shoulders and the comment, “I can do this. You’re drying.”

“Fine,” she huffed. “Order me around in my own damn kitchen, why don’t you?”

“I will,” he teased back as he began to wash dishes.

“Bossy ass man,” Kenya muttered, jerking a plate from him to rinse, dry, and put away.

“Got that right,” he quipped at the same time he put a dollop of suds on the end of her nose.

Kenya’s eyes narrowed. “I don’t believe you did that.” She wiped it away before reaching for the sink’s hose.

“You wouldn’t.” He scooped up another handful of suds and shook it threateningly at her.

She blinked owlishly a few times before nodding and stating, “Yes I would.”


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