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Pros & Cons by Sydney Logan

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Also by Sydney Logan:

Pros & Cons, March 2015
e-Book
Mountain Charm, July 2013
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Romantic Interludes, February 2013
e-Book
Mistletoe Magic - A Short Story, November 2012
e-Book
Lessons Learned, September 2012
e-Book

Pros & Cons
Sydney Logan

Two con artists. One last job. Can they escape with their hearts intact?

Author Self-Published
March 2015
On Sale: February 21, 2015
Featuring: Jenna; Ethan
280 pages
ISBN: 0692378596
EAN: 9780692378595
Kindle: B00T8HOVTM
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Romance Contemporary | Thriller

Con artists Jenna York and Ethan Summers always seem to cross paths during their travels around the world. With their partners in tow, the cunning criminals wreak havoc across the globe, stealing from the rich and giving to the richer. While Jenna tries to convince herself that she sees him as nothing more than a professional rival, Ethan finds it a little harder to fight his attraction to the beautiful thief.

When tragedy strikes, Jenna and Ethan join forces, but are the stakes too high? Can they escape this last job with their lives—and their hearts—intact?

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