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What A Girl Needs - (Billionaire Romance) (Book 2) - cover

What A Girl Needs - (Billionaire Romance) (Book 2)

Emma Reid, Third Cousins

Publisher: Third Cousins

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Summary

Sarah has spent the last few weeks wondering what’s going on between her and Robert. They got close during their class project, but then he had to rush off and she hasn’t seen him since. She’s starting to think that she’s wasting her time. That is, until she gets a phone call from him saying that his father wants to meet her. In the blink of an eye everything changes and suddenly things start getting serious. But when Rob’s father makes it clear that she will never be family, what will she do?
Robert has never had an easy relationship with his dad and that isn’t about to change on his father’s deathbed. In his last desperate attempt to control his son, Rob’s father sends Sarah away with the message that she will never be welcome in Rob’s life. Will Rob be willing to stand for it or will he go against his father’s dying wishes so that he can be with the girl that he loves?

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