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What A Girl Decides - (Billionaire Romance) (Book 6) - cover

What A Girl Decides - (Billionaire Romance) (Book 6)

Emma Reid, Third Cousins

Publisher: Third Cousins

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Summary

Sarah has been left with nothing—not even hope. The person she trusted the most has deceived her and now she doesn’t know what to do. All she knows is what she is being forced to do. If she doesn’t get a job quickly then she’s going to lose her place at college. 
Robert can’t believe he’s messed things up so badly. It isn’t even his own pain that he’s bothered about. It’s the fact that he’s hurt Sarah. He knows that he has to make things right. He knows that he has to prove to her that she’s worth so much more to him than money. He comes up with a plan, but will selling his soul to the devil really be enough to prove to Sarah that he’s sorry?

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