August and Ethan were bestfriends because the day they met at Ethan’s 7th birthday party. And now, twelve years on, their friendship maintains to develop. But after magic, fame, money and an ...
Only Us: A Fools Gold Holiday NovellaBy Susan Mallery - Rating: 4 From 413 Reviews
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Pet groomer Carina Fiore needs nothing more than to admit her emotions to the man she loves. Shes drawn to veterinarian Cameron McKenzies proper appears, worrying nature and especially his devotion to his young daughter. But hes also her boss and a great buddy. Putting her heart on the line should price Rina each her activity and their friendship for all time.
Since his divorce, Cameron hasnt been inclined to consider his heartor his daughterwith absolutely everyone else. For months hes pushed away all thoughts of taking Rina in his arms and kissing her, unwilling to threat their friendship for a single night of pride. But while a kiss underneath the mistletoe unlocks the simmering passion among them, Rina and Cameron may additionally simply discover love for the holidays after all...
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Sweet quick story.
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Cute tale, however now not worth the money
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Nice story very rapid study. I will revel in reading greater of Susans books
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If you need a lovely, extraordinarily predictable e book you could examine in approximately 30 mins, this is the only.
Sweet story however getting a touch tired of characters afraid to expose or acknowledge their feelings.