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Picture Perfect (The Wilsons)

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  • Sales Rank:343,015
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:112
  • Publication Date:December 22, 2012
  • ASIN:B00ASBNZGM


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Lea Wilson needed a nice, relaxing break. What she didn't need was to run into an annoying, rugged photojournalist - one who lived in her hotel and frequented her fantasies.

There’s no way she’ll ever be with Adam Brenner. He’s unpredictable and risks his life every day – what she needs is a dependable man who wants to settle down. Too bad the chemistry between them is so hot…

Extract:

She'd almost reached the photographer by now. He didn't look worried that she'd seen him and come up to him - he hadn't attempted to run away, he didn't have that nervous look most of them got when she approached them, and strangely enough, he hadn't tried to take any more photos of her.

His eyes crinkled at the corners and he smiled at her in an irritatingly friendly way.

Lea wasn't about to waste time on pleasantries. "Give me your camera," she demanded coldly.

He raised on eyebrow quizzically, the smile never leaving his face. Now that she was closer, Lea realized it was a rather nice smile - softly curving lips, and happily sparkling chocolate-brown eyes. The man had a strangely unkempt look about himself - his hair fell to his eyes in soft waves, and looked like it hadn't been cut in a while. Dark stubble covered his square jaw, and shadows under his eyes gave her the impression that he hadn't slept in a while. And there was something haunting behind his smile, too, something dark and curious…

Stop it. She must've gone without men for a long time if she found this annoying camera-slinger attractive. She tried to ignore the fact that he was tall and lean, and his baby-blue t-shirt and cargo shorts hinted at well-defined muscles, and focused on his eyes. Why was he still smiling?

"Excuse me?" His voice was dark and smooth like his hair.

"You heard me. Your camera, now."

She held out her hand and her scowl deepened.

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