One Always Chooses Paris

One Always Chooses Paris
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ASIN: 
B0051OZ014
Pages: 
257
Published: 
May 18th 2011 by AKW Books
Rating: 
4.67

Anita Gold is an engineer working on a project in Africa. When her project is overrun by rebels, she and her crew are saved by a band of para-military mercenaries, hired by her company. The handsome leader of the mercenary unit shows up at her hotel a few days later to deliver his report on the action.

She soon finds out that he's much more than just a soldier and he's immediately attracted to her as well.

Together, they must unravel the mystery of why her company's projects are being attacked and destroyed. Who's behind it? Why? Their investigation plunges them into corporate intrigue and cover-ups that threaten them and people they love.

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