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Temptation

Chiquita Dennie

Publisher: 304 Publishing Company

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Gabriel McCollough is the star basketball coach, Top draft pick that played in one season and retired from the game of basketball from a injury and the twenty-five-year-old alpha male every young woman in town can’t help but like.
 
Desiree Spence is a good teacher, a good person, a quiet, reserved soul, but a chance meeting with a handsome coach, ten years her junior, tests her limits and stirs up a controversy she could’ve ever anticipated.
 
He wants her. She wants him. Everyone in their lives is against their relationship.
 
Will they give into societal pressures or follow their hearts’ desires?

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