Girls of Gabe's Place 2: Robyn

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Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Robyn was pregnant and had been abandoned by her boyfriend when she lands at Brunton bar Gabe’s Place. Gabe is the sexy owner and Robyn’s new boss. Neal is her hot coworker who is friendly but doesn’t seem to return Robyn’s crush. When Robyn finds herself seducing Gabe, will she finally be the woman that he has been waiting for? Or is she just another woman in a long list of affairs? More

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Words: 63,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465924957
About Misty Reigenborn

Misty Reigenborn has been writing poetry, short stories and novel length work since she was nine years old. She is the author of sixteen titles: romance novels A Twist of Fate, Better Left Unsaid, Run to You, Crestview Academy: Tory, Crestview Academy: Molli, Crestview Academy: Mellenda, Girls of Gabe's Place 1: Brandy, Girls of Gabe's Place 2: Robyn,Girls of Gabe's Place 3: Ami, and Run From You, fantasy novel Mind over Matter, short story collections Second Chance, This Song Reminds Me of You and Love and Other Tales, poetry collection From the Heart, and non fiction title A Broken System: Examining the Clark County Department of Family Services. She loves to connect with her readers and appreciates an honest review.

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Review by: Tj McKinnon on March 27, 2012 :
This novel had a thrilling plotline with disturbing twists. It hooks the reader in from the begining. In the end a very good read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Judy Roberts on March 26, 2012 :
Loved it! Keeps you reading to see what happens next!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: attya davis on March 05, 2012 :
Not very vivid and lacks emotion. Dialogue is rather unrealistic also. It's a decent free read, but needs a lot of work as far as character development and plot build-up goes.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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