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Stripped Naked

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Newly single billionaire Daniel Knight has it all—luxurious estates, a successful company—and a whole lot of stress. After his personal physician orders Daniel to take a vacation, he takes off for his secluded compound in the Virgin Islands. 
Dr. Sander Jonas has secretly been attracted to Daniel for years, but due to Daniel’s former boyfriend—Sander has never made a move on the billionaire. When Daniel is injured while swimming during his vacation, Sander rushes to his boss’s aid and finally gives in to the overwhelming attraction he’s kept hidden for too many years. 
Will scorching water sex with custom-made adult toys, hot nights surrounded by lush palm trees and white sandy beaches prove to be exactly what the doctor ordered to heal Daniel’s wounded heart?  
This book was previously published as "Attracted to Him".

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