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Cameron's Pride [Thrown to the Lions]

Cameron's Pride [Thrown to the Lions]

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by Kim Dare
     
 
Franklin knows the way the game is played. It's the man with the money who calls the shots, and Franklin has plenty of money. When he sees a beautiful lion shifter called Caramel dancing on the stage at his favourite club, he doesn't hesitate to reach for his wallet. And, when Caramel disappears before he can even open negotiations, he's quick to pay a fortune in

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Franklin knows the way the game is played. It's the man with the money who calls the shots, and Franklin has plenty of money. When he sees a beautiful lion shifter called Caramel dancing on the stage at his favourite club, he doesn't hesitate to reach for his wallet. And, when Caramel disappears before he can even open negotiations, he's quick to pay a fortune in order to be thrown to the only pride of werelions in the area. Cameron's been living without a pride for years, doing whatever it takes to survive. Dancing in clubs, and doing whatever the guys who throw money at him want him to do in the alleyways behind those clubs, hasn't given him the best opinion of human men. All he knows for sure is that the rich ones are the worst. The pride are determined to track down the lone lion that's living in their territory and bring him safely under their care, but is it too late for Cameron to find a sense of pride--and if he does, will he be too proud to.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014004947
Publisher:
Resplendence Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
01/03/2011
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
179,766
File size:
345 KB

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Cameron's Pride [Thrown to the Lions] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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This is just as good as the other ones in the series. I recommend it. I liked the others better just because there was a lot of anger in this one.
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