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Sinopsis: Toni Langston certainly has her share of problems. She's in love with one of her best friends, Simon. Firemen Simon lives with Toni and her brother and another fireman they're best friends with. The four have been friends since high school and Toni has been in love with Simon for seemingly forever. The night Simon broke up with his girlfriend, Toni offered a shoulder?and so much more. The problem? The next morning Simon remembers nothing of the previous night, nor does he recall calling out his ex girlfriend's name in the heat of passion, effectively putting a damper on what Toni had hoped was the culmination of her heart's desire. Just when Toni thinks she can put the night behind her and come to terms with never having a chance with her best friend?a man she's still in love with?a pregnancy test changes everything. Now she faces the most difficult decision of her life. Does she tell Simon he's going to be a father when he has no memory of the event? Or does she try to make him fall in love with her first so she can be certain he isn't with her out of a sense of obligation. And the biggest question of all. How will Simon react when he learns the truth about who the father of Toni's child is?
Biografía del autor: Maya Banks is a #1 NYT and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Southeast Texas with her husband and three children. When she's not writing, she loves to spend time with her family, travel, hunt and fish and reads everything romance she can get her hands on. She LOVES dishing books with her readers and invites you to pop in on her Facebook Fan page or follow her on twitter for all the latest book dish and scoop on what Maya has coming down the pipeline.
Título: Seducing Simon
Encuadernación: Audio CD
Condición del libro: Fair
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