On the Couch by Alisa Kwitney

By Alisa Kwitney

After going for greater than a 12 months with out a date -- a list in ny urban -- Marlowe Riddle has ultimately met a broodingly horny, sharply clever guy who's basically attracted to making greater than well mannered dialog. the one challenge: Joseph Kain is an NYPD detective sincerely less than the wrong effect that Marlowe is a decision lady. yet whereas Marlowe does take cash for spending time with strangers in her dear higher West part residence, she's a psychologist -- now not Manhattan's resolution to the Mayflower Madam! A truth she has no goal of telling Joe ... a minimum of no longer until eventually she finishes her study undertaking at the "Behavioral results of Disguising Identity." yet Marlowe's no longer the single one attempting to secretively achieve info ... and it really is turning into more and more doubtful who's seducing whom. simply because occasionally the one option to examine what a guy relatively desires ... is to get him at the sofa.

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Despite everything, I was surprised to find myself whistling as I walked up the steps to Mr. Tony Russo's fourth-floor apartment. Why was I suddenly feeling all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed? Because I had a date with a corpse, of course. Maybe a problem to discover. A puzzle to solve. Someone to think about who wasn't me. My good mood lasted while I spoke to the uniform who'd been first on the scene and learned that the deceased was not in an advanced state of decomposition. The body had been discovered an hour ago by the cleaning woman, who had her own key.

Savannah nodded. " I made a mental note of that. " Savannah looked at me and smiled, and it was the smile—knowing, rueful, a little naughty—that clued me in. " I tried not to look as surprised as I felt. " "How explicit do you want? " Savannah nodded. " "We're co-owners. " "And you've been doing this for…" "Two years. When I first came to New York about seven years ago, I started seeing a few guys through this one upscale service. My mother came to visit me and answered the phone one time and all hell broke loose.

Candidate, I knew that I had acquired a reputation for being serious and self-contained and a bit unapproachable. (I was made aware of this by Nitsa, a woman in my program who had short curly black hair and the trace of a mustache. Nitsa said she felt I should know that our classmates considered me emotionally aloof, because it might have bearing on my future success as a clinician. ) I wasn't completely sure why people perceived me this way; in high school, I had been considered cool and unflappable, rather than flat and affectless.

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