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Orion Gregory

Publisher: Gregory Milano

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Sydney Livingstone is not the type of person who makes enemies. She's a stunning beauty whose optimism and quick wit draws people to her like a magnet. Struggling to make a living on the pro tennis circuit and hampered by a chronic injury, the last thing Sydney needs in her life is a stalker. But someone from her past is in town with a vendetta. As a deranged killer shifts the world's focus to a tennis tournament in Southwest Ohio, will Sydney be able to rise to new heights in the tennis world? Or will she succumb to a killer who may be a member of her own inner circle?

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