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Indulge: A Naughty Neighbors Holiday Romance - Naughty Neighbors #7 - cover

Indulge: A Naughty Neighbors Holiday Romance - Naughty Neighbors #7

Olivia Aycock

Publisher: Olivia Aycock

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SoCal native Ashley Powell would be thriving as an expat in London were it not for the bitter cold—and a brutal infatuation with her co-worker, the super uptight Oliver Wooldridge-Langston. His manners are so perfect, and he’s so out of her league, he might as well be Prince Harry! But when he invites her to celebrate a Friendsgiving holiday weekend at his oldest chum's country manor, she discovers a scene ripe for seduction. The only question: just who will be seducing whom?  
 
Warning: an appetite for turkey, stuffing, and green bean casserole won’t be the only thing indulged this holiday season. This erotic romance includes two naughty workplace neighbors who, after weeks of frustrated longing, count their blessings. . . and their shared fantasies. (about 12,000 words)  
 
This story stands alone without a cliffhanger. But you can look forward to revisiting Ash and Oliver's passionate love affair—and meeting Ashley's younger sister Emily—in Dazzle.

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