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Rules of Entanglement

By Gina L. Maxwell
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  • Publisher : Entangled: Brazen
  • Isbn : 1622667948
  • Pages : 397
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 731
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District Attorney Vanessa MacGregor firmly believes that structure and order are the stuff that dreams are made of. Happiness can be planned—and it starts with the seven rules she's laid out for her future. But as she's organizing her best friend's wedding in Hawaii, all of Vanessa's best-laid plans are about to meet their match in a wickedly hot MMA fighter... Jackson "Jax" Maris is focused on surfing, training, and fighting. That is, until he opens up his big mouth and finds himself having to pretend he's engaged to his little sister's best friend, Vanessa. When they're forced to share a romantic bungalow, however, their little charade suddenly takes a turn for the seriously sexy. And while Jax is definitely not part of Vanessa's long-term plan, he has seven days—and seven naughty nights—to turn her seven-rule plan upside down. Each book in the Fighting for Love series is STANDALONE: * Seducing Cinderella * Rules of Entanglement * Fighting For Irish * Sweet Victory

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