LARO CLAITTY is a pseudonym. As the author has published articles and presentations under her given name, for fiction writing she has chosen to use a pen name. Laro's fiction work is published under Ladero Press.
Reading and writing have always been a part of Laro's life. Some of her earliest and fondest memories are related to listening to her mother read to her and her younger sister and brother. Those times with her mother and siblings ignited a passion for books and reading that has yet to abate.
A consultant for almost two decades, Laro is known for her use of pencils. She is always using pencils to make note of ideas and storylines. Excited about the publishing of her new work of fiction, HOT ENOUGH TO MELT CHOCOLATE, Laro Claitty is awaiting opportunity to personally connect with readers and share in the joys of the written word.
The breakup was bad. I mean the kind of I-can’t-help-but-gasp-at-the-mere-passing-thought-of-his-name-much-less-an-entire-intentionally-cultivated-thought bad. Yep, that kind of bad.
When things go south (more east) in this romance, Aubrey Sanders decides that she needs to distance herself from her ex, Dexter Reed. She finds that doing so is more than a notion.
She’s black. He’s white. "Strictly Chocolate" Toni Quinn meets "I'm done with women right now" Gabe Jackson. Two people. One chance encounter. What happens when love is in front of you, and it doesn’t look anything like you thought it would? What happens when the temperature is so hot that you have no choice but to test it?Laro Claitty brings readers an engaging tale of love in this novella.