In the heart of Texas, Monroe University Law School's newest recruits have it all. . .but in Shelia Dansby Harvey's sexy, explosive debut novel, that might be too much. Beautiful and kind--yet fiery and passionate when it counts--Callie Stephens has a new career track, a new best friend, and a new love. Finally the void left by her father's mysterious death is being filled, but life has a few new twists in store. . . Smart, successful seductress Raven Holloway has "e;that intangible thang"e; everyone in town has noticed--including a very powerful, very married, Texas senator. Raven's used to going for it all, but this time she may be going too far. . . Aspiring lawyer and ex-pro football player Omar Faxton is a freeloading womanizer. Then he meets Callie. Now he's torn between two loves: his real-life woman and the insatiable greed that's fueled every relationship he's ever had--including the one Callie doesn't know about. . . Tall, dark, and intense, Keith Dawson is trying to put his life back together after some serious screw-ups. But when he finds himself irresistibly attracted to his friend Omar's girl, he wonders if he's just rotten to the core. . . Meanwhile, as a white student at Monroe, Bret Milstead is in the minority for the first time. And when he finds himself falling for a black classmate, he'll have to choose between convention and uncharted waters dictated by love. . . "e;Sexy and sassy. . .a can't-miss tale."e; --Victor McGlothin, author of Every Sistah Wants It "e;A compelling and page-turning novel."e; --R.A.W.SISTAZ Reviewers "e;Hot romance and spicy intrigue."e; --William July, author of The Hidden Lover Shelia Dansby Harvey is a practicing attorney and has taught at Rice University's graduate school of business and Thurgood Marshal School of Law. Among her many accomplishments, she was the publisher of Black Tie, an African American lifestyle magazine. She lives with her husband in Houston, Texas.