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Turn the Other Cheek

Turn the Other Cheek

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by Chris Owen
     
 
In this sequel to the popular Cheek to Cheek, Mallory and Will have moved past dating, though it's still a race to hit the sheets every time they look at each other. Trouble is brewing, however, since hitting the sheets is a no-no for firefighters who work together. Will is ready to move forward, to tell the world that they're together, but Mallory is still trying to

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In this sequel to the popular Cheek to Cheek, Mallory and Will have moved past dating, though it's still a race to hit the sheets every time they look at each other. Trouble is brewing, however, since hitting the sheets is a no-no for firefighters who work together. Will is ready to move forward, to tell the world that they're together, but Mallory is still trying to keep their private lives to themselves.

With their careers on the line, Will's brother pushing his own agenda and Mallory's keen desire to live on his own terms, choices have to be made. Their work situation needs to change, and so does Mal's attitude, or he'll lose the one thing he wants more than anything in the world -- Will.

Can a change of schedule save Mallory and Will's relationship and send them dancing into their future, or will tension and frustration tear them apart forever when Will's had enough? Find out in Turn the Other Cheek!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610400527
Publisher:
Torquere Press
Publication date:
09/08/2010
Pages:
194
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)

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Turn the Other Cheek 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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I DID READ THE FIRST BOOK CHEEK TO CHEEK AND IT WAS GOOD THIS ONE WAS TOO. LOTS OF SEX BUT ENDING IS WHAT I LIKED MOST.