Good with His Hands

Raven Books LLC

Narrated by Liz Thompson

59 min
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New York Times & USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Photographer Teresa Kelley is on assignment to shoot old ghost towns and desert scenery. What she doesn’t anticipate is that scenery including the delicious Max Draper. The sizzling desert sun isn’t the only thing heating up the abandoned mining town when the hot, muscled and oh so sexy mechanic offers to give her a hand. Dusty floorboards and ghost tales aside, Teresa finds herself on the other end of the lens when she and Max are caught in flagrante delicto by an unexpected...assistant.

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Publisher
Raven Books LLC
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Published on
Aug 20, 2014
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Duration
59m 34s
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ISBN
9781987199437
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / Erotica / Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / General
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