By Sharon Sala
AMELIA by means of DAY
From 9 to 5, she was once Amelia Beauchamp, normal small-town librarian. but if the sunlight went down, she was once miniskirt-clad cocktail waitress Amber Champion. And she'd stuck the attention of the town's largest rake, Tyler Savage. The identify acknowledged all of it -- and this was once one Savage, "Amber" knew, who could by no means have an interest in her if he knew who she quite was once. She needed to continue taking part in the sport . . .
AMBER via NIGHT
Or did she? Tyler, it became out, used to be good conscious that right Amelia and flirtatious Amber have been one and an analogous -- and he used to be having an exceptional previous time enjoying alongside. And as for romantic dinners and lengthy, moonlit nights jointly, particularly, they have been all a part of the sport. one that he had each purpose of becoming truth . . .
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