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At Your Most Beautiful - cover

At Your Most Beautiful

Harper Bliss

Publisher: Ladylit Publishing

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Summary

Some nights are unforgettable…
 
Ten years ago, Quinn Hathaway and Maya Mercer shared a night of forbidden passion they vowed to keep secret forever.
 
When Quinn and Maya meet again, old sparks fly, but none of the reasons to hide their passion have changed.
 
Quinn is still much younger and Maya has never told her son that she’s attracted to women.
 
Can Maya overcome her fear of what her family might think of her?
 
And how will Quinn’s parents, who used to be Maya’s next-door neighbors, react to their daughter’s unconventional love affair?
 
Best-selling lesbian romance author Harper Bliss brings you a second-chance age-gap story about not being afraid of living life on your own terms.

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