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The Trouble with Crushes by Brooke St. James

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Also by Brooke St. James:

Diamonds Are Forever, August 2022
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The Trouble with Crushes, August 2022
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Easy Does It, April 2022
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The Trouble with Crushes
Brooke St. James

A Romance

Bank Street Stories # 2
Elm Hill
August 2022
On Sale: August 16, 2022
Featuring: Daniel
208 pages
ISBN: 1400333008
EAN: 9781400333004
Kindle: B08KJKQZHM
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Romance Contemporary | Christian

The first time I met Daniel King, he had a busted nose. He was also a couple of years younger than me, which seemed like a lot back then. I had always thought of him as more of a little brother or friend. I was so preoccupied with other guys that I never realized he had deeper feelings for me.By the time I saw the error of my ways, it was too late. Daniel had outgrown me and it seemed as if he had even outgrown Galveston. I had blown my shot with him.Now it was time for me to decide how far I would go to earn a second chance.

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