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Sinful Games (Checkmate, Inc, #4)

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“She made the first move, so I’m all in and ready to play.”
—Oscar (Oz) Strong

Sometimes life gets f&%#ed up. Is it my fault?


I might be a literal genius in biochemistry. I might have made the right choice when I let two of my college chess team buddies talk me into putting my brain and my multiple degrees to work in an unexpected way that has made us ridiculously
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Expected publication: November 12th 2018
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Oct 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book!
It's a captivating, steamy,
& intriguing story.
Oz grew up extremely wealthy,
but there was more to him than the money. Oz, finally got out from under his father's thumb, & an arranged marriage that should of never happened.
Oz, along with two friends from chess team, created Chessmates Inc.
He, Leo & Dex made it into a multi
million dollar business.
Oz has a problem keeping assistants.
He can be a bit of a jerk at times.
That is, till he meets his
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Shelly Alexander was a 2014 Golden Heart® finalist and an Amazon #1 Bestseller in several categories.

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