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GAMBLING ON LOVE (Travis Series Book 1)

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  • Sales Rank:489,866
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:219
  • Publication Date:July 8, 2012
  • ASIN:B008J35W26


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Synopsis
Corporate investigator, Beth Sweeney, has never balked at risking her own personal safety; gambling with her heart is a different story. Until she meets Sam Travis. One kiss from Sam and suddenly her whole world is turned upside down as she finds herself falling in love with him. But when death threats are sent to Beth and an old scandal involving Sam conspire against them, Beth is forced to make some of the toughest decisions of her life.

Excerpt from Gambling on Love:

It wasn't exactly love at first sight...

He was a big man; broad in the shoulders with a heavily muscled chest. Even sitting, Beth could tell he had to be at least six foot three or four.

She opened her mouth to speak, but the sound that came out was little more than a primal grunt. Piercing green eyes lifted to meet hers. Beth stared back, idly wondering how long her wobbly legs would support her. Mr. Travis was quite possibly the most breathtakingly handsome man she had ever seen. His dark hair and green eyes were impressive, but the firm jaw and full sensuous lips made his rugged good looks downright devastating.

Then he spoke, and her perfect ten rapidly descended to a five.

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