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A Date Worse Than Death

Lanette Curington

Publisher: Silver Heart Books

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Summary

What can possibly go wrong on a blind date? Everything! 
Ginny North meets the man of her dreams, Pete Adams—except he’s not the creepy guy she has the date with. Too bad Pete might be crazy, too. Between blackmail and a demon from Hell, Ginny finds out there can be such a thing as a date worse than death. 
A paranormal romance novelette, approx. 11,000 words or 37 pages

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