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HaBO: She Does the Apologizing

Lisa writes:

I have beaten every bush in the internet trying to find this book. I believe
it was a Silhouette Desire (but I could be wrong). She was a writer for a
newspaper in San Francisco who goes regularly to a restaurant in Sausalito
and sees this hunky guy whom she talks about (and calls “Sam” because she
doesn’t know his real name) in her weekly column. He finds her and they
have this tryst and she blows it by dumping him because she’s fallen in
love with him but apologizes in her column and asks him to meet her at the
restaurant if he still wants to make things work. Tons of people show up-and
of course he does too. I love the fact that it’s the WOMAN who does the
apologizing for once. Can anyone help? Please?

I was thinking this would be an easy Google but it so wasn’t. Anyone remember this one? I think I want to read it!

 

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    Tina C. says:

    You’re right, Sarah—this one is impossible to Google, using these keywords (probably because we don’t have either of the protagonists’ real names).  Can’t wait to find out what this one is!

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    brooksse says:

    I found this on fictiondb. It’s a Harlequin Temptation. 

    http://www.fictiondb.com/author/janice-kaiser~night-games~18694~b.htm

    Night Games by Janice Kaiser

    Intrepid San Francisco reporter Darien Hughes does. Out celebrating her thirtieth birthday, she spots a great-looking guy across the crowded restaurant. She fantasizes about meeting the sexy, blue-eyed stranger…and a lot more.

    But it’s just a harmless fantasy. And for fun, Darien even writes about “Sam” in her weekly column—with unexpected results. Women all over town love her tale of fantasy. Male readers are sending flowers and asking for dates.

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    Vicki says:

    Looks yummy and I love the Bay Area, can hardly wait to find this one and read it. And trust a Bitch to know where to look for something like this. Fictiondb looks like a good site to bookmark.

    captcha: english29 – funny, my autobiography, when I write it, will be titled “I Will Never Be English.”

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    Aspen says:

    I remember reading this book!  I think @brooksse ‘s got it—the description of Night Games sounds exactly right, and I know it had to be a Harlequin, because my college roommate collected everything from that line (and let me read them).

    It was a fun story, too.  Now I want to read it again!

  5. 5
    hollygee says:

    Paperback Swap has it.

  6. 6
    Tim says:

    She fantasizes about meeting the sexy, blue-eyed stranger…and a lot more. Intrepid San Francisco reporter Darien Hughes does. Out celebrating her thirtieth birthday, she spots a great-looking guy across the crowded restaurant.  http://bestsellers-book.com/

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    Natalie Arloa says:

    Thank you for this! I remember reading and loving this book, got rid of it after moving it a whole bunch of times. Now I can look for it again.

  8. 8
    What? says:

    Never Been Kissed?

  9. 9
    Lisa says:

    Aaaahhhh! You guys are da bomb! This is it. My mind can now rest, because I was driving myself crazy trying to find it. Thanks so much.
    Lisa

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