Something Borrowed

· Eve Dangerfield Books
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About this ebook

“One of the most intense, funny and erotic reads I’ve ever read” - Stacey is Sassy, romance blogger

Elle Sahlstrom and Jackson Proveaux are enemies. Adversaries. Morally and ethically opposed to each other. At least Elle thinks so. Jackson would quite like to kiss her again… 

Trapped on a plane on their way to the same destination wedding in Bali, Elle and Jackson agree to be civil for the sake of their engaged friends.

A newly reformed playboy, Jackson hopes the holiday will convince Elle he’s atoned for his sins and he really can be the man of her dreams.

Unfortunately, Elle just wants to get drunk on free wine and ignore the fact that no guy has ever done it for her like her bossy, pretentious, stupidly hot enemy...

“If you’re looking for something you haven't read before or if you already love a leading lady in the bedroom, this book is for you.” - AnessaRenee Reviews, romance blogger

SOMETHING BORROWED is a full-length contemporary novel by critically acclaimed author Eve Dangerfield.

“Yet another cracking good read by Eve Dangerfield” - Bookworm extraordinaire, romance blogger

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About the author

Eve Dangerfield has loved romance novels ever since she first swiped her grandmother's paperbacks. Now she writes her own stories about complicated women and gorgeous-but-slightly-tortured men. Her work has been described as 'genre-defying,' 'insanely hot' and 'the defibrillator contemporary romance needs right now'...and not just by herself or those who might need bone marrow...OTHER PEOPLE! She lives in Melbourne with her boy and a bunch of semi-dead plants. She can generally be found making a mess.

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