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Blurb Reveal: Dirty Filthy Rich Love by Laurelin Paige

Blurb Reveal: Dirty Filthy Ric..

Posted August 11, 2017 by Dena in Blurb Reveal, Dena's Fave Author / 0 Comments

Dirty Filthy Rich Love by Laurelin Paige Series: Dirty Filthy Rich World #2 Format: ebook Amazon US • B&N • iBooks • Kobo Goodreads Genres: Contemporary, Romance I’ve discovered Donovan Kincaid’s secret. It’s dirty and filthy and rich – as dirty and filthy and rich as he is – and it haunts me as much as he ever did. Even after knowing what I know now, I still want to talk to him, to touch him. But there’s an ocean between us, and I’m not sure it can be crossed with something as easy as a phone call or a […]

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Blurb Reveal: More Than Enough (More Than #5) by Jay McLean

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More Than Enough by Jay McLean Series: More Than #5 Format: ebook Goodreads Genres: New Adult, Romance There’s no emotion greater than fear. No ache greater than grief. No sound greater than silence. *** I’m grateful he showed up on my doorstep, pissed off and angry at the world. If he hadn’t, I wouldn’t be here. And I don’t just mean here on this journey with him. I mean here, in this world. * I wonder what events in all our lives—hers included—are The Turning Points? The points where we all determine that the fear of our pasts and the […]

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Blurb Reveal & Giveaway: Freeing Destiny (The Fate Series #2) by Faith Andrews

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Posted October 19, 2015 by Dena in Blurb Reveal, Giveaway / 0 Comments

Freeing Destiny by Faith Andrews Series: The Fate Series #2 Format: ebook Goodreads Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romantic Suspense Words to live by: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Don’t break the rules. I’d managed to fail at both by fraternizing with the enemy’s brother. Guess I’d followed in my mother’s footsteps by ignoring all the rules when it came to love. Mom was marrying a man only six years older than me. A man who was also her student. But the biggest surprise that came out of their wedding wasn’t my new stepdad’s academic status or his […]

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