Book review: Maggie Cole – Roots of Vengeance (@MaggieColeAuth)

Connor had always loved for fun. Never getting attached, partying, but when he met Gia everything changed. For the first time ever he had wanted more. This woman was everything he could ever want and more. But none of it was real. It was all a lie. And he vowed never to be hurt again. As […]

Book review: Maggie Cole – Roots of Vengeance (@MaggieColeAuth)

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