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Only For A Boss 3 - Loving a boss series #3 - cover

Only For A Boss 3 - Loving a boss series #3

Mia Black

Publisher: Mahogany Publications

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Summary

Trouble arises for Nia when her cousin Tamika goes missing. With their lives spiraling out of control, she'll have to trust that Jason knows how to find her. 
Jason knows exactly what happened to Tamika and understands how much danger she's in, but can he save her without revealing the truth about his past and destroying what he and Nia have built together?

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