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This book is a collection of stories. Every woman loves a man who is good with his hands In T.T. Henerson's Hot Spot, corporate real estate executive, Bygie Quinn, needed to restore the power in her company's corporate headquarters building, as well as repair her reputation. She brings in handsome Trey Wade, a building technician, to find the hot spots in the building's electrical system. Little does she know, he has talent outside of being a technician and Bygie doesn't count on the sparks he creates in her own wiring. In Barbara Keaton's Mr. Telephone Man, developer Victoria is used to putting aside her femininity to work in a man's world. When she hires a man to wire her building, she hires sinfully hot Lennox Mays, a man who makes her want to explore her softer side. In Edwina Martin-Arnold's Built to Last, spoiled rich girl Mia Walsh escapes to her family's cabin to reevaluate her life after failing the bar exam. She wasn't counting on the sexy distraction carpenter, Jackson Carter, to make her want to see what kind of trouble they can find together. In J.M. Jeffries' A Handy Man, Professor Erica Walsh never believed in love. After hiring handy man, delectable Taye Cameron, she has a change of heart when he takes over her house one room at a time.