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Sweet Victory (The Cunningham Family #25) - The Cunningham Family

Ember Casey

Publisher: Ember Casey

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Summary

One night. One game. One wicked experience they'll never forget... 
 
It's Lily and Calder's first night in their new apartment--and Calder proposes a steamy showdown that's certain to leave both of them breathless. In a challenge like this, things are sure to get heated--but neither of them can be prepared for the surprises that await them as their ultimate game unfolds... 
  
The Cunningham Family Reading Order:  
His Wicked Games 
Truth or Dare 
Sweet Victory 
Her Wicked Heart 
Take You Away  
Lost and Found  
Completely (short story)  
Their Wicked Wedding 
A Cunningham Christmas 
Their Wicked Forever 
  
Additional Cunningham Family Books: 
Always Wicked (companion novel) 
The Cunningham Family Bonus Stories 
 
Available since: 10/10/2013.

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