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Jagged Edge

Jo Raven

Publisher: Jo Raven

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Summary

ARC of Jagged Edge 
I don't want Jason Vega. 
Not at all. It's the worst idea ever. 
Ah hell… 
Jason is handsome. Clever. Dangerous. Hot. 
He's goddamn gorgeous – but he's also living on the street, hanging out with the local MC gang and selling his body for a living. 
Our paths, our lives couldn't be further apart. I'm crawling toward the light, while he sinks into the dark. 
But it doesn't matter how different we are, or what logic dictates. 
I just can't get Jason out of my mind. Can't stop myself from seeking him out, even as ghosts from my past come back to haunt me. 
Yeah, I really shouldn't want Jason Vega – but I just can't stop. 
He's under my skin, and sinking deeper… 
* Standalone M/M contemporary romance with lots of angst *

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