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The Lady Is a Scamp by Gail Douglas

The Lady Is a Scamp

by Gail Douglas

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DAN -- A Dangerously Attractive Maverick Who Burned Hotter Than a California Sunset...

He was about to tell Tory Chase she was hired, when the woman made her getaway! Dan Stewart thought she was perfect for planning his new product launch--but the delightful enchantress was so nervous about his decision, she d jumped the gun. Maybe it was his handshake that set her on fire, or the intense blue eyes that saw inside her soul, but Tory wondered if she could actually work for the man!

His Body Made Her Beg for Mercy
She tried to keep her distance, but when she fell off a ladder into his arms, Tory knew there'd be no escape! Dan adored his mischievous lady, tempting her with searing embraces, and she was charmed by the enigmatic man who made her feel so cherished. They'd both tried running away to keep their hearts safe; could a puppet and a clown show them that risking everything for love was the only way to fly? [close]
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