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Dissecting Lies and Intentions

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After a less than stellar ending to her seemingly perfect relationship, Christine decided to spend Valentine’s Day at the one place where her mind would stay good and occupied. The Emergency Room had a way making the day pass by quickly, yet when her former fling elects to change his schedule with another nurse, Christine finds herself in a situation she can’t avoid. Can s ...more
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Published February 14th 2014 by The Writer's Coffee Shop (first published February 12th 2014)
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Passion For Pages
Mar 14, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, twcs, hospital, nurse
If this one teaches us anything it’s that dating in the work place might not be the best idea. Or it might. It’s really a 50/50 shot, right? It might also teach us that appearances aren’t always what they appear to be and women tend to get their panties in a bunch over assumptions.

Christine and Mitch, the workplace romance gone wrong. As if Valentine’s Day isn’t bad enough to get through—they don’t call it Singles Awareness Day for nothing—Christine has to spend the day working with her ex—somet
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Olivia Ard
Feb 15, 2016 rated it it was ok
This story had an interesting concept, but it didn't really grab me like I wished it had. The characters felt a little flat. I was happy that Chris found happiness in the end, though!
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