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by Alaysha Kianna

  • Author: Alaysha Kianna
  • ISBN: 1605638595
  • ISBN13: 978-1605638591
  • ePub: 1645 kb | FB2: 1802 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Publisher: PublishAmerica (September 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 138
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 765
  • Format: lrf docx lit rtf
The Loft ePub download

The Mirage: Lawna is engaged to Chaz.

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The final Loft book is about Chloe and Brent. This is an excellent book. There is some drama when the mother does a total crime against the main character. I feel the book is a feel good type of book. Even though they like each other, they never let the other know, so they keep their feelings hidden. When Chloe's Mima (Grandmother) only has a few months to live because of cancer, Chloe's mother tells her a little fib, so she would believe Chloe's engaged.

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The Mirage: Lawna is engaged to Chaz. He is good looking, sincere, and loyal, so she thinks. She meets Jessie and thoughts that have never embraced her mind before or after have held her captive in fantasies she can’t control. She ends up at The Mirage; there Lawna learns not all fantasies have to remain that way. Some are just meant to be more. Tamara Morrow: Tamara embarks on a journey of sexual promiscuity and intrigue. She is fueled with a hunger for sex after meeting Natasha. Ted is completely bewitched by Tamara on the night of their first unbelievable sexual encounter and will never be the same again. Santana and Me: Jessica and Santana were best friends until Jessica met Bo. Jealousy and deceit were inevitable. Who gets the last say in the end? I’m sure the correctional facilities warden could answer that.