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Sin

Sydni Jones Wellington

Publisher: Sydni Jones Wellington

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Summary

Attending the annual Stay Connected Halloween networking party was a given for Angel Buchanan. As a well-loved makeup artist in the blooming Atlanta movie industry, she's accustomed to dealing with various characters, but she's completely unprepared for her destined run-in with the handsome devil in the fire red, tailored suit. 

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