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"Friday at Seven" Standalone, Adult Romance Novel by Nic Dee
Approximate read time 7h 30m - 22 chapters, 90,000 words

Friday at Seven by Nic Dee
Always 'Tis the Season to be Readin'
Gather your comfort cake, biscuits / drinkies and indulge in the joy of Friday at Seven!
Revel in the rollicking romance with all its mystery and intrigue.

Journey with Kareena as she finds herself a new hunkster, Michael, and together they race headlong into one daring escapade after another ...
 
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Revel in the rollicking romance with all its mystery and intrigue.

Journey with Kareena as she finds herself a new hunkster, Michael, and together they race headlong into one daring escapade after another ...
You can Read Chapters 1 and 2 to sample Friday at Seven. Buttons also at the foot of this page.

Click to buy Friday at Seven from Amazon.com as a Kindle or Paperback.

NOTE: The "Where to BUY" button on the above toolbar lists the various country outlets available on Amazon.
Oh the sea air! So fresh, so exhilarating like sweet whisper kisses!
Great sunsets, fishing, boating.
Michael introduces Kareena to his family's art works of masters.




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