The Trouble With Coco Monroe

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Coco Monroe is the apple of her Billionaire father's eye. But it's a love that comes with conditions. Desperate, Coco makes a bid for freedom. Head of Global Operations & Security for Monroe Industries, Rafael Cavendish lost Coco once. When her life is in danger from the Russian Mafia he has no problem taking matters into his own hands. But Coco's had enough. More

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Words: 97,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9781909331051
About CC MacKenzie

C C MacKenzie is a wife, and mother of three, based in South Cheshire, U.K.

Since childhood, she dreamed of writing stories readers would love, but put those dreams on hold to focus on her family and her careers in finance, fitness, interior design and construction.

'Reckless Nights in Rome' is her first novel in The Ludlow Hall series, followed by book two 'A Stormy Spring' in July 2012, and book three 'Run Rosie Run' published in December 2012. 'The Trouble With Coco Monroe' the fourth in the series was released at the end of May 2013 and 'A Film Star, A Baby, And A Proposal' in December 2013.

In April 2014 'Desert Orchid' the first Book in a new Romance Suspense series, The Desert Princes was released.

'Big Trouble in China' released in September 2012 is her first paranormal novella of The Vampyre Legal Chronicles series. Book two, 'Dirty Little Secrets' was released in January 2013.

C C MacKenzie is currently finishing three more contemporary romances due for release in 2014.

Email CC as she loves to hear from her Readers at: ccmackenzie56@gmail.com or contact her through her website http://ccmackenzie.com/ or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/CCMzie

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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 02, 2013 :
Honestly Coco sounds like a piece of work! Poor little misunderstood rich girl. The heat between her and Rafe makes putting up with her worth the read!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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