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Naughty And Wicked And Sweet 1

By Sandra Ross

Published by Publications Circulations LLC.

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Chapter One

SHANE STOOD NEAR the kitchen table with a bowl of cereal in one hand and a coffee in the other. His eyes wandered over the unruly pile of lists, brochures and samples that made up their wedding plans, where not an inch of space remained for him to put down his breakfast. The large desk he shared with his fiancee was no better. Between his computer, notebooks, drawing tablet, and the snaking network of cables that powered his working life, there was no space to be found either.

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