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The Pleasure Diaries: Training a Spitfire (Pleasure Diaries #3)

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Scarlett Bottom begins working as Tony Galante’s personal assistant and quickly realizes that her new boss is out of this world. Not only does he have many exciting, unfamiliar ideas about how pleasure can best be had between men and women, but he also promises to give her direct access to the brutal gangster who is responsible for her family’s downfall. Tony is her dream ...more
Kindle Edition, 65 pages
Published March 31st 2014
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Jun 02, 2014 Lori rated it it was amazing
...and the plot thickens

We find out more about Tony and his uncle and Scarlet is coming to terms with her arrangement with Tony, although she is still the fierce spitfire from the previous books. Their relationship is slowly evolving and there is more substance to the story line. The passion is still hot, hot, hot between these two and I enjoy their interactions, however it comes.

Again, here is my rant from my reviews of the previous installments, however in all honesty, the story is so good tha
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