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The Break-In - cover

The Break-In

Sloan Parker

Publisher: Sloan Parker Press

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He never expected he'd get a second chance with the love of his life. Heartbroken and lonely, Billy's been breaking into his ex-lover's apartment every Friday night for a little solo sex in the bed they used to share. One night he gets caught. Now he has only seconds to decide if he should stay or run from the most meaningful encounter of his life--and maybe a chance at love again.

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