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Her Private John (Siren Publishing)
     

Her Private John (Siren Publishing)

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by Betty Womack
 

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Bella Cantatore wants her ex-Navy pilot bodyguard. She burns to make erotic dreams of him a reality even though their three year relationship has been stormy. John Lawless was supposed to be Bella Cantatore's bodyguard until her twenty-first birthday. To keep her sizable inheritance, Bella is required to marry John and stay with him for six months. John agrees to the

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Bella Cantatore wants her ex-Navy pilot bodyguard. She burns to make erotic dreams of him a reality even though their three year relationship has been stormy. John Lawless was supposed to be Bella Cantatore's bodyguard until her twenty-first birthday. To keep her sizable inheritance, Bella is required to marry John and stay with him for six months. John agrees to the stipulation to help her. She agrees because she loves him and sees this as her chance to win his love. They begin a journey of contentious married life, tested by unresolved problems they both carry in their hearts and sizzling passion that screams for releases. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13:
9781606015094
Publisher:
Siren Publishing
Publication date:
06/22/2009
Pages:
172
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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Her Private John (Siren Publishing) 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TeriWA More than 1 year ago
Parts of this book were very confusing. I kept going backward on my nook, thinking that I had accedently gone two pages ahead. There was a scene where the hero got home to be told by the heroine that his parents were there and they were going out to dinner. He finds out she has sold his motorcycle and goes ballistic. The parents leave. She gets a bottle of wine and then it is stated that she didn't eat enough dinner to counteract the wine. Its just a little thing but there were several scenes like this. The heroine was only 21 years old and should be forgiven some immaturity, but she acted like a 10 year old half the time, and I couldn't figure why the hero even liked her let alone loved her.