Cinderella Liberty

Cat Johnson
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Marine Gunnery Sergeant John “Crash” O’Malley has two goals for the immediate future. One, enjoy his liberty in New York City, and two, survive his deployment to Afghanistan. What he didn’t plan on is Trish. A guy can’t have a one-night stand with his best friend’s sister and then abandon her at midnight when his liberty ends, but starting a new relationship days before shipping out would be crazy. Then again, Crash never did do things the easy way.

What he doesn’t realize is that his friend’s displeasure over Crash breaking the “no sisters rule” is nothing compared to what the insurgents have in store for them in the Helmand Province. Now it’s a matter of survival because Crash’s new objective is to get home to Trish and make her his.

Look for Crossing the Line, the story that introduces Crash to readers and features Beau and Carrie's HEA.

Contains the following Romance Themes and Tropes : men in uniform, best friends sister, brothers best friend, long distance romance, one night stand, NSFW, alpha male heroes, romantic comedy, weekend in New York City, like Sex and the City, international, military romance like Suzanne Brockmann, Lori Foster, Susan Stoker, Cristin Harber, Lynn Raye Harris, Dale Meyer, Alison Kent, Lora Leigh, Elle James, Becky McGraw, Maryann Jordan, Caitlyn O'Leary, Paige Tyler.

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Cat Johnson
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Published on
Dec 31, 1973
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Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Romance / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Romance / Military
Fiction / Romance / Romantic Comedy
Fiction / War & Military
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