Convenient Love

Rated 1.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Penny works in her father's store while she studies business part-time. She alternates between fantasizing about co-worker Shawn Moore. and planning her escape.
Shawn works to support his disabled mother. He refuses to look closely at Penny because she deserves better.
When Penny's grandmother has a stroke, her escape plans are postponed. Can Shawn give Penny a reason to stay? More
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About Asrai Devin

Writing romance and erotic fiction are the only things Asrai Devin ever wanted to do. She started writing as a young girl while she fantasized about all the boys who never gave her a second look. Until she found one who did and they got hitched and had two kids and a needy dog to complete their family. When she's not writing fiction for her blog, she's on twitter and playing video games.

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Review by: asjahstrina on Sep. 29, 2013 :
Short and sweet love story set in a small town.
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Review by: momgee5 on Aug. 25, 2011 :
Before writing a short story or book, an author needs to be familiar with sentence structure, punctuation and grammar. Honestly, an author using you're instead of your is unacceptable. There are so many grammatical mistakes and sentences with no subject or verb in this "story" which is juvenile at best.
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Review by: momgee5 on Aug. 25, 2011 :
Before writing a short story or book, an author needs to be familiar with sentence structure, punctuation and grammar. Honestly, an author using you're instead of your is unacceptable. There are so many grammatical mistakes and sentences with no subject or verb in this "story" which is juvenile at best.
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Review by: momgee5 on Aug. 25, 2011 :
Before writing a short story or book, an author needs to be familiar with sentence structure, punctuation and grammar. Honestly, an author using you're instead of your is unacceptable. There are so many grammatical mistakes and sentences with no subject or verb in this "story" which is juvenile at best.
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