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Publisher Description

Four love stories in one...



We’ve traveled the road with members of the Iron Orchids, now take a turn into three different stories from characters you’ve met along the way.








Under the Stars


You never know when a decision will put you on the path of destiny-


For George Christakos, it was going to Greece and seeing a living, breathing, goddess.


For Christine Petrakis, it was telling the gorgeous, rebellious, bad boy her name.


Now, the two of them will discover if a summer UNDER THE STARS turns into a love that lasts a lifetime.








Dear Juliet


She was used to taking calls and giving love advice. 


Now, she’s taking calls and whispering dirty fantasies. 


Only problem is, it's the same caller, every night, all night.








Life of Lemons


Lily, was used to the hard life. She hated her job at the diner, she had a zero bank account, and neighbors who didn’t mind their own business.


Callum McGuire, was used to none of that. In fact, he loved his life, he liked his job, and the sassy woman he met at a roadside diner—life wasn’t what was hard when he thought of her.





My Christmas List


Every year, I did what millions of people did.




I made a list of things I wanted:


Spend more time with friends,


Take a trip to Europe,


And find my Prince Charming.




I had no clue how I was going to accomplish any of this until I quit my job…




Now, I had lots of time for friends,


A gorgeous man confessing love,


And a private plane wishing me off to Greece.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
October 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
203
Pages
PUBLISHER
F Squared, LLP
SELLER
F, Squared LLP
SIZE
2
MB

Customer Reviews

Reader@70 ,

Not worth the price

Frankly I am a fan of this author, but Roads Traveled let me down. There are 3 love stories, the first one a repeat from "Under the Stars", the other two very very short stories written like a Prequel hoping the books would lead to more than quick lust, little character development…oh, then it ends. Really?! Just I can’t believe it.

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