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Bachelor.com (Bachelors Three Series)

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Jack Reeves has loved Kinley Adams since the day he rescued her computer from a fatal blue screen. In the two years since, the computer programmer has fantasized about a life with her.

Kinley, an Engineering Assistant, has come to think of Jack as more than just a friend. One night, just when each had finally decided to reveal their feelings are deeper than friendship, a t
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Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published July 29th 2015 by The Wild Rose Press, Inc
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Donna Porter
Jul 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Kinley Adams crashed her computer program and her work was due the next day. She called on Jack Reeves who worked for a gaming company to help her. After he fixed her computer they started talking and two years later they are the best of friends. Jack knows he is a geek and not the best looking guy and Kinley is beautiful and he doesn't feel worthy. He has loved her since he fixed her computer. Jack goes out for Chinese food for them and a terrible accident changes everything in his and Kinley's ...more
Helen Simpson
Aug 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS QUIRKY BOOK. STORY OF BEST FRIENDS WHO FALL FOR EACH OTHER AND WITH A LIFE CHANGING ACCIDENT THEY CONFESS LOVE FOR EACH OTHER. SOUNDS SIMPLE BUT THEY FACE SOME TOUGH TRIALS FIRST.
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