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I'd never have a chance with Johnnie's girl...

Johnnie Reynolds has a starring role in his own life. Debbie MacDonald is his leading lady. And Cricket is destined to be the sidekick - forever watching his best friend's glamorous life from the sidelines.

So when Cricket falls for Debbie MacDonald, he knows it's hopeless to compete against Johnnie's movie stardom, looks and c
Kindle Edition, 23 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Amrah Publishing House

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