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Four Days with Jack

Kelli A. Wilkins

Publisher: Kelli A. Wilkins

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Four Days with Jack 
When David invited his best friend on vacation, he never expected them to fall in love… 
Spending four days in a tropical paradise with Jack is a dream come true. For years, David has lived a lie and denied his romantic feelings for Jack. Now that they’re together in an isolated Caribbean resort, he finally admits what he really wants—to be Jack’s lover. 
Jack has been in love with David for years and is encouraged by his desire to explore a sexual relationship. He’s more than willing to introduce David to the life he has always fantasized about. Their sizzling nighttime encounters confirm David’s long-hidden cravings, but what will happen when they leave the resort? 
Will David come out and start a new life with Jack? Or will he go back to his old ways and risk losing the best friend he ever had? 
This e-book was previously published by Amber Quill Press. It has been revised and re-released by the author.

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