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224 pages
Published 2010 by Mills & Boon
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Nov 02, 2014 Alexandra rated it really liked it
Eden hates everything to do with the military. After growing up in it. Eden is a photographer by career and her best friend Patti tries to convince her to photograph the Army Jumpers for a charity calendar. It takes a bottle of limoncello and a deck of tarot cards for the decision to be made.
On arriving at the base the first thing Eden does is run into gorgeous paratrooper Mitch. As he helps her up she plants a kiss on him. And that's where the fun starts.
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First, let me say this is how I show up at my desk every morning to write. Dahling, I couldn’t possibly write a word unless I was wearing 3-inch heels with a Martini at hand. NOT!!! But it’s so different, and face it, infinitely less scarey than the way I usually work, running shorts and t-shirt with a cup of tea nearby, that I had to put this picture up.

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