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Only Pretend

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  • Sales Rank:5,178
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:285
  • Publication Date:June 9, 2014
  • ASIN:B00KPEW1XA


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Synopsis
A #1 Romance/Suspense bestseller on Amazon!

From USA Today Bestselling Author Nora Flite:
If you hated your life—wanted to prove to the world that you could change—how would you do it?

I had a plan. I also had no family, no friends, and definitely no jerk of an ex-boyfriend who thought I was boring.
I was tired of being me.
In Vegas, I could be anything.

And then I saw him.
His hungry smile wanted a taste of the new me.
Only a boring person would have said no.

It was reckless to follow a stranger to his bed. Dangerous to take the drink he handed me. I thought the worst regret I'd have would be a hangover, a walk of shame through the hotel.

Except I didn't wake up in the hotel.
Or in Vegas.

I doubt my face will end up in the news. “Woman missing,” the headline would say. “A stupid person who thought she could be someone else.”

I'm not someone else. I was only playing pretend.

Too bad he was playing for keeps.

--Author's Note-- This is a dark romance novel, it contains themes of violence and mature situations that could make readers uncomfortable.

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