All Jazzed Up (Book One: Love, Lies, & Ninja Missions)

A pretend marriage. A real desire. Friends with no benefits has never been hotter! Jazy's in love with the hunky player Max Byrd, who also happens to be Jazy's best guyfriend. Even worse, Jazy soon gets Max isn't into her that way. But Max has problems, too. A woman is trying to trap him into marriage. Max begs for Jazy's help. Married to Max, can Jazy seduce him into love and HEA? More
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About Tracy Ellen

Tracy Ellen was born in Indiana to middle-class parents, the third out of five hellions. She often used her supernatural powers to force family members to listen to her talk and tell stories. When they laughed of their own free will, Tracy knew the world would someday, somehow be her stage. Years later, she discovered writing and has never looked back. Tracy is married and still tormenting the man she started stalking at age seventeen. Luckily, he's the same man. Tracy and her family live in Minnesota, and the historical town of Northfield featured in Anabel’s Adventures is just down the road a jaunt. Tracy likes writing about the values and independent spirits of people found in small town living, but definitely with a modern, sexy twist. She hopes you enjoy her books and want to stay in touch by signing up for her occasional newsletter to receive updates in her book world.

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About the Series: Love, Lies, & Ninja Missions
Love, Lies, & Ninja Missions is a collection of stand-alone books that are spin-offs from the characters in The Adventures of Anabel Axelrod ongoing series.

Psst...You don't have to read The Adventures of Anabel Axelrod series first to read Book One: All Jazzed Up. But if you have, All Jazzed Up takes place immediately after Coupled with Chance, Volume VI.

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