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The Obstacle Race

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"He bent lower. "We've got to risk something," he said, and with a swiftness of decision that she had not expected he took her chin and turned her face fully upwards to his own. The colour rushed in vivid scarlet to her temples. She met his eyes for one fleeting second then closed her own with a gasp and a blind effort to escape that was instantly quelled. For he kissed her--he kissed her--pressing his lips to hers closely and ever more closely, as a man consumed with thirst draining the cup to the last precious drop. When he let her go, she was burning, quivering, tingling from head to foot as if an electric current were coursing through and through her. And the citadel had fallen. She made no further attempt to keep him out." ...A small seaside village hides a romance for Juliet Moore -- a romance with Dick Green, the village schoolmaster, a very different sort of man than the socialite swells she's known in London. But there are also secrets between them that... More > threaten to tear them apart...< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
CruGuru.com
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
285
File Format
PDF
File Size
836.72 KB

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