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Disarmed - Disarmed Trilogy #1 - cover

Disarmed - Disarmed Trilogy #1

M.S. L.R.

Publisher: M.S. L.R.

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Kyle Simmons is the CEO of Simmons Manufacturing  by day. Contracted by ex-girlfriends that were treated badly by their boyfriends, Kyle is the best at ruining lives. And that's her second job, to give those scumbags what they deserve.  
 
But when she meets her next assignment - Damian Alexander, her whole world is turned upside down. She must find the strength within her to get through the job. That is until Damian introduces her to his adopted brother Kaden.  
 
Kaden is the bad boy. He screams sexy and dangerous. He may be every woman's fantasy but he's Kyle's worst nightmare.  
 
Kyle is stuck between a rock and a hard place as she learns more about Damian and Kaden. She has a job to do but there's a hot-devilish rebel that she can't stop thinking about.  
What's a girl to do?  
 
*A story about two souls that have been through a lot.  
Kaden can't let go of his past. Kyle wants to escape hers and never look back.  
Together will they be able to move on or will they end up destroying each other?*

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