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Completely: A Short Story (The Cunningham Family #45) - The Cunningham Family

Ember Casey

Publisher: Ember Casey

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Summary

A bonus Cunningham short story from USA Today bestseller Ember Casey. 
 
One night might change everything... 
 
It should have been an ordinary evening at home for Lily Frazer and Calder Cunningham. But Calder is about to realize how easily he could lose the only thing he's ever needed... 
  
The Cunningham Family Reading Order: 
His Wicked Games (Book 1) 
Truth or Dare (Book 2) 
Sweet Victory (Book 2.5) 
Her Wicked Heart (Book 3) 
Take You Away (Book 3.5) 
Lost and Found (Book 4) 
Completely (short story) 
Their Wicked Wedding (Book 5) 
A Cunningham Christmas (Book 5.5) 
Their Wicked Forever (Book 6) 
  
Additional Cunningham Family Books: 
Always Wicked (companion novel) 
The Cunningham Family Bonus Stories 
 
Available since: 04/14/2015.

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