David Broussard is a handsome, successful businessman with the unsavory reputation of a player. He's known for his allure, charming personality, and ability to draw and seduce women. He's gifted by nature with an unbelievably erotic scent that emanates from his body--natural pheromones that attract women in droves. Having used this advantage in the past with great success, he expects the same results as he sets his sights on Sarona Maxwell. He finds himself fascinated to the point of obsession with Sarona and has made it his priority to woo her, to seduce her, and to get her into his bed. However, in his quest to captivate and capture, he finds Sarona is more woman than he's bargained for, and he'll need more than cunning, charm, and nature's gift to achieve his goal.
Sarona is undeniably attracted to the charisma and roguish good looks of David Broussard, and like any red-blooded female alive she's fallen victim to his intoxicating scent. Unfortunately, his reputation for being on the prowl and always in search of his next conquest precedes him. She has no illusions he has any interest in her. Considering her size and the fact that she's black, she's sure she doesn't fit his usual preference for eye candy. She sees herself as merely a spectator, observing from a distance his penchant to hunt, and she watches him play his game of pursuit, seduction, and surrender.
Sarona has no idea that the rules of the game have changed. She doesn't realize that there's no such thing as being safe standing on the sidelines and that now, suddenly she's become the prey set in the sights of the hunter.
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