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The Scotch Royals - Scotch #3

Penelope Sky

Publisher: Self

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Summary

London is a lot more useful than I anticipated. She gets me what I need like a pro.  
  
With her by my side, I feel like I can do anything. 
 
My need for revenge is dimmed. My anger is contained.  
 
But her brother is still a problem. She wants me to let him go. 
  
I'm not sure if I can.

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