Trinity Matthews needs a pretend boyfriend and fast. She approaches Adrian Westmoreland with her proposition and Adrian cannot help but agree to come to her aid. What red blooded male could resist escorting a beautiful woman? Adrian soon finds himself enjoying her company and experiences difficulty keeping his hands to himself. What does he do when he wants the pretend to become The Real Thing?
Brenda Jackson’s Westmoreland men fight love all the way but they succumb, they do so as thoroughly as they fight the love. The Real Thing addresses a real issue in the workplace and shows how insidious it can be. Kudos to Brenda Jackson for bringing it out. But above all, romance reigns supreme in The Real Thing. Brenda Jackson has the touch..
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