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Review: ‘Lover’s Secret’ by J.C. Reed

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Review: ‘Lover’s Secret’ by J.C. Reed

The Lover's Secret

by J.C. Reed
Series: No Exceptions #1
Published by Self-Published on August 3, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eArc
Source: Author
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four-stars

When a sexy encounter comes like a dream and leaves like a nightmare…
Brooke Stewart thinks she’s finally safe. After witnessing the crime of a killer, she can move on from her past. But after one night at the Trio Hotel and meeting the sexy stranger with the green eyes that can steal one’s soul, her life is changed forever. Passions run deep. The game is supposed to be for one night with no strings attached.
What she doesn’t know is that the sexy stranger has an agenda of his own. Brooke Stewart has something he desperately wants, something he can't admit to the woman he tries to get to surrender. A secret so deep it would upend her life if she found out too soon. He’s almost reached his goal, and then she gets a letter she was not meant to read. Suddenly, secrets get a completely new meaning.
Is the past really ever the past?

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