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Dance to the Devil's Tune by Lucy Keane
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Dance to the Devil's Tune

by Lucy Keane

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Falling for the boss...

Sophie's new motto was "Try anything once"—but she was beginning to realize that maybe it wasn't such a wise one after all!

When she'd been offered the job in the world of classical music, it had seemed an exciting opportunity. A step into the unknown, but a risk worth taking. But that was before Sophie had come up against record producer Alex Tarrant. Working for him was disrupting her peace of mind in more ways than one. He was a demanding boss, determined to make Sophie obey his every command. And he had an unfair advantage, as he was also the most devastatingly attractive man she'd ever met!
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