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Two Tickets to Paradise by Anne Regan

Two Tickets to Paradise

by Anne Regan

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A vacation is exactly what these men need to find love in their lives. It may be about looking for a little fun, gaining a fresh perspective after a breakup, or building up the nerve to take the plunge. Whether they travel by plane, train, or automobile, none of them want to go it alone. They're hoping romance will be the ticket to finding paradise in another man's arms. Stories included: Haunted by Jana Denardo; Off the Tracks by Chelle Dugan; Krung Thep, City of Angels by Zee Kensington; Sunlight on Water by Susan Laine; Fall Forward by Jamie Lowe; A Good Night's Sleep by Anna Martin; All You Need by Dar Mavison; All at Sea by JL Merrow; Something Different by Sean Michael; Perpendicularity by Mal Peters; The Jeep Guy by Eric Renner; Know Nobody by G.R. Richards; Reconnecting by Claire Russett; Mending and Moving On by Cecilia Ryan; New Lease by B.G. Thomas.… (more)

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