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The Chieftain's Daughter

Becca Sinh

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Could there be any fate worse for a chieftain's daughter than to be captured by the enemy warlord? Annie was determined to fight, even if he killed her for it. But Cassidy had a different goal in mind--he ached to possess her lovely body, and introduce her to the joys of sweet passion!

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