The business of lovers / Eric Jerome Dickey.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|New Castle Public Library||Fic Dickey (Text)||31902005384045||NWCM Fiction||Checked Out||10/06/2020|
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- ISBN: 9781524745202
- ISBN: 1524745200
- Physical Description: 387 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Dutton, 
- Copyright: ©2020
"Unlike their younger brother Andre, whose star as a comedian is rising, neither Dwayne nor Brick Duquesne is having luck with his career - and they're unluckier still in love. Former child star Dwayne has just been fired from his latest acting role and barely has enough money to get by after paying child support to his spiteful former lover, while Brick struggles to return to his uninspiring, white-collar job after suffering the dual blows of a health emergency and a nasty breakup with the woman he still loves. Neither brother is looking to get entangled with a woman anytime soon, but love - and lust - has a way of twisting the best-laid plans. When Dwayne tries to reconnect with his teenaged son, he finds himself fighting to separate his animosity from his attraction for his son's mother, Frenchie. And Brick's latest source of income - chauffeur and bodyguard to three smart, independent women temporarily working as escorts in order to get back on their feet - opens a world of possibility in both love and money. Penny, Christiana, and Mocha Latte - a college student, Cuban refugee, and out-of-work engineer, respectively - know plenty of female johns who would pay top dollar for a few hours with a man like Brick . . . if he can let go of his past, embrace his unconventional new family, and allow strangers to become lovers."--Publisher.
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