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Hook, Line, and Sinker

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Ricky's a consummate professional on the prowl, and he's got his sights set on a lady with a ton of money to drop in his direction. But while stringing her along on the transatlantic cruise, he runs into the gorgeous and enigmatic Tony – a fellow conman looking for a way to pass the time until the fish bite.
ebook, 35 pages
Published September 2008 by Dreamspinner Press (first published 2008)

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How does this pass for literature? This is one of the worst books I have ever read. It's empty, predictable, and uninspired. This book was so boring I put it down and went back to studying. The characters were not well developed, you didn't care about them at all. The plot was confusing, and lacked depth. The writing style was elementary. I was very disappointed in this book. This book is not for the intellectual.
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