Pickup Lines fom a Pickup Truck [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Cara Preston & Spike Fremont
eBook Category: Romance/Humor
eBook Description: What! 8 tempting teasing stories full of laughs? Eight stories based on pickup lines. Each line as cute or cocky as the story it inspires. Before the Stain Sets In- Kit's designs inspire many. She's a popular interior decorator. Before she knows it, Greg has designs on her. Biscuits and Gravy- A Georgian honey who calls herself a hash whore at a diner softens the heart of a chef from Oregon. Danger, Curves Ahead- Some amazing flirtatious banter comes out between Barbie and Tripp in the produce aisle of a grocery store. A Walk at the Beach- the beauty of a shore side stroll brings out the romance in even the most pragmatic- such as a librarian and a computer programmer. COI, Morgan and Sarah's relationship goes as swimmingly as the sensual Coi they see swimming in an aquarium. "You look at lot like my next girlfriend," he'd said to her? In "Crime and Pleasure,"--the phrase, "you've been a bad boy, go to my room," came as a surprise to a retired policeman named Billy from a fellow surfer chick named Josephine, an Italian who was full of surprises. "Do a Body Good," Stephanie heard a come-on line at the ball field that left her speechless. Turns out that Todd's fondness of milk and Oreos, isn't the only passion they share. "Puns and Roses," Clete hides his obvious wealth from Melissa and tries to both charm her and throw her off course by his bumpkin display. Eventually his truer self shines through and they feed each other Marsala flavored custard, leaving her breathless.
eBook Publisher: Red Rose Publishing, Published: 2007-11-01, 2007
Fictionwise Release Date: November 2007
7 Reader Ratings:
He seemed to barrel over the boardwalk towards her, his head down yet his eyes locked on to hers. Those intense, hazel eyes that had nothing to hide. Once he reached her, he paused, seemingly unsure what to say. Then he blurted it out with his hand extended. "Would you hold this while I take a walk?"
She was twenty-eight, worked in Manhattan, and had come to Long Island for a weekend getaway with her friends. They had come to Jones Beach to take a walk with coffee. Marie stood near the railing, waiting for Cherie and Sandy to come out when he'd ambushed her.
"Is that a line you read somewhere or did you make it up?"
He backed up subconsciously. He was not confident around women, but something about her had grabbed him, and forced him to action.
"I read it," he admitted.
She smiled at his embarrassment. It was not because she liked to belittle men, but because he was being honest.
"I'll hold it for you." She agreed, both ignorant and unaware of the hidden meaning of her statement.