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Love and Lights

Love and Lights

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by Dahlia Rose
     
 
Rachel is home for Christmas in New York for the first time in three years, at the request of her parents. She left New York after her boyfriend Victor Cantrell, a cop in the New York SWAT Team, broke up with her on Christmas Eve. She shows up at her parents' East Manhattan building only to find that they are gone and her unexpected guest is none other than her ex,

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Rachel is home for Christmas in New York for the first time in three years, at the request of her parents. She left New York after her boyfriend Victor Cantrell, a cop in the New York SWAT Team, broke up with her on Christmas Eve. She shows up at her parents' East Manhattan building only to find that they are gone and her unexpected guest is none other than her ex, Victor. Furious and stuck in New York in the middle of a blizzard, Rachel has no other choice but to stay in her parents' home with the man who broke her heart.

Victor has his own agenda. He was hurt in the line of duty and his career in the SWAT team is over. It took him nearly dying to show him that he was wrong for pushing Rachel away. His love for her never faded in the three years they were apart, but he thought he was protecting her from hurt by breaking her heart. Now with the help of her parents he came upon a plan to win her back.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940156670567
Publisher:
Dahlia Rose Unscripted
Publication date:
11/07/2015
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
587,869
File size:
401 KB

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Love and Lights 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry, but this book was too short and too boring to keep on my Nook. This is my first take at this author and she is by no means a Kimberly Kaye Terry. This book had no background to the characters and their drama was trivial. Even the end was boring. Sorry, but this book was a waste of time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Over uses the word "had", has typos, and spacing is ridiculous.
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