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Love Me Love My Sister - cover

Love Me Love My Sister

Elli Buchanan

Publisher: Elli Buchanan

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Summary

It's been 10 years since Beth Taylor has seen the man she secretly gave her heart and body to as a teenager, and now he's her boss. 
Their relationship grew from the letters that passed between them when he was fighting in Vietnam and she was a high school senior; but he believed the letters where coming from Beth's beautiful older sister Jennifer, whom he had met in a Sydney nightclub the night before he was deployed. 
Can Beth put her feelings behind her and work with Nic? 
When Jennifer comes to town with Nic in her predatory sights, will Nic forgive the woman he believes broke his heart and again fall under her spell? 
Can Beth stand by and watch it happen or should she tell him the truth of the deception she and her sister committed all those years ago?

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