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Pleasure before businessJohn Stallion may be a ruthless CEO who thinks he can buy her family's Texas ranch but Dallas businesswoman Marah Briscoe intends to put her considerable charm and savvy into breaking his iron grip on the proposed deal Instead she's blindsided by a man as infuriating as he is irresistible—a man who makes it clear he plays to win especially where a beautiful woman is concernedMarah is feisty and furious but all John can think about is the feel of her soft skin and full sensual lips The line between business and pleasure is crossed the moment she storms into his office wearing skinny jeans and sultry perfume Determined to get closer to this passionate woman who has invaded his life he begins their negotiations with a kiss


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    I met Deborah Mello at a Black History Month event earlier this year Several of us black authors were hawking our books She bought mine and I bought one of hers When I asked which one she would recommend that I read first she started talking about the Stallion brothers as if they were her own children There was that look of loving pride on her face when she talked about them Then she said I should start with To Love a StallionWhat I didn't tell her was that I had only read maybe five romance books in the last 25 years I used to read Jacqueline Susann and Danielle Steel until they got to be too predictable and I quit cold turkey The few romances I have read recently were book club recommendations or were written by an author I knew or had metMy Stallion brother was a pleasant surprise Of course a romance novel has to follow certain prescription Girl meets boy and in spite of their initial conflict we know they will end up together Marah Briscoe and John Stallion start out with conflict then they get together and break up and get back together Then there is something else to keep them apart There are some surprises even with the prescribed formula Ms Mello interweaves the history of black cowboys and the care and breeding of thoroughbreds against a backdrop of western life where you wouldn't expect to see black peopleThere are no trite details of luxury cars lushly decorated houses and perfectly matching shoes and underwear The details are rich varied and imaginative There is even a twist in the erotica in that John Stallion always uses a condom I'll have to read another of Deborah Mello's Stallion series maybe Matthew Mark or Luke I give John 4 stars