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A Sailor's Delight - The Santiago's #2 - cover

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A Sailor's Delight - The Santiago's #2

Beverly Ovalle

Publisher: MIdwest Dragon Press

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Summary

Lee Santiago went from one mistake to the next. When a friend dies, exposing his mortality all too well Lee’s family steps in to force him to make something of himself. He can’t be a party boy all his life and if he wants to sign his life away, it will be on the dotted line. He doesn’t even have time to say goodbye. Anyway it was only a drunken one night stand. 
Isabelle was always the good girl. Until that night. When the man she’d always worshiped finally noticed her. She couldn’t say no. She’s heartsick to find out he doesn’t remember it. Isabelle’s life crashes around her when the results are in. The truth comes out and she has nowhere to turn. She looks for Lee, but he’s gone. 
Will he be man enough to step up and face the consequences when he learns the truth? 
Available since: 07/23/2016.

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