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Satisfying His Desire (Satisfying His Desire, #1)

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Myra Rose is great at her job—working as a government official in the department of Public Safety. So when hotshot young resort owner, Stephen Ryan, storms into her office and accuses her of engaging in bribery, Myra is furious. How dare he insult her integrity? Enthralled as she is by Stephen’s devastatingly handsome looks and those penetrating hazel eyes, Myra asks him ...more
ebook, 32 pages
Published August 21st 2014
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Sep 30, 2014 Elena rated it it was ok
This had an excellent beginning and a great setup for a story - that then failed to deliver. No heat, no chemistry... Just blah ... Boring sex scene... No ending... Meh!
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