South by Martina Dale Epub

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File Name:South by Martina Dale
Books Type:Digital Version
Genre / Category:CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
File Size :1.9MB
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Updated and Published:October 07, 2022

SOUTH (THE MORAL COMPASS #4) BY MARTINA DALE  – FREE EBOOKS DOWNLOAD

South –
I’m the oldest of the McGarry siblings, and you would think that would make me the wisest.
Oh, you would be so wrong!
I have made so many stupid mistakes, and I just don’t seem to learn.
My arrogant attitude and ability to have zero filter have gotten me into more trouble than I care to remember.
That’s right… I don’t really care.
My love life has been one big mess. It has just been one using woman after another, and I am never making that mistake again.
That was my mantra until I walked into a gallery in Paris and had my head not only turned but spun in a million directions.
She was hot, sassy, and totally edible, especially in that damn pencil skirt.
So, when the opportunity arises, I have to ask myself one question: why the hell not? I’ll never see her again. Right?

Sherie –
My time is running out. I can’t be the up for a laugh, anything goes, good-time party girl for much longer. My family thinks it’s time for me to settle down. They even tried to set me up with the world’s biggest arsehole. What were they thinking?
Well, he was an arsehole, then he wasn’t, and then he was a whole world of arsehole all in the space of two hours. He was rude, arrogant, and a complete and utter bas… but he was as hot as sin in his pristine white T-shirt that pulled perfectly across his broad chest and just tight enough Levi 501 jeans. (Yes, of course I looked for the buttons; it was difficult not too). And the way his eyes sparkled was enough for me to feel like I was going through hot sweats twenty-five years too early.
It’s such a shame his mouth worked. He would have looked pretty fine on my arm.
Was he broken or was he just so privileged that he really didn’t give a crap about how he behaved towards people?
Something told me there was more to this guy, and it didn’t take me long to find out I was right. My heel caught in the pavement, and, out of nowhere, he suddenly became my knight in shining armour.
Alarm bells were ringing. Red flags were flying high. But did I pay attention? Did I learn from my own mistakes?

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