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The Best Worst Valentine's Day Ever!

Christina Rose Andrews

Publisher: RoseLark Publishing

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Summary

Getting dumped on Valentine's Day sucks. Just ask Lexi. 
 
After her boyfriend dumps her via text message, all Lexi Pham wants to do is go home, curl up with some ice cream, and wallow in her misery. Too bad her roommate had other plans. Now Lexi's sexiled -- locked out of her apartment while her roommate celebrates Valentine's Day with her boyfriend... make that loudly celebrates Valentine's Day. Ugh! 
 
Enter Nate Dawson, her hunky neighbor, and his cute dog, Titania. Nate offers her a safe haven and no-strings attached dinner while she waits out her sexile. Except Lexi would totally be down for some strings. Or at least some holiday funtimes. Now she just needs to convince the hottie-down-the-hall she's serious. 
 
This is a steamy short story with a happy ending.

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