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She's a baker. He's a boxer. Their businesses are side by side and completely incompatible. But are they? Sophie Johansson moved to New York City to be free of entanglements from the past and to prove to herself she can make it on her own. She also wants to fulfill her dream of opening a bakery. Unfortunately, the business next door disturbs the peace she desires. The infamous boxer, Teagh Coyle, pounded his way to the top then found himself back at the bottom after an ugly divorce. He starts over in a new city and opens a boxing gym in an effort to remake his life. Then he meets the total knockout next door. Soon they're rivals in business, but it also turns out they live in the same building and keep crossing paths—including with his ex who starts to make life difficult. Secrets from their pasts make them question if they can trust each other. Can they make it through the challenges facing their relationship and win the fight? This is book 1 in the Only Us Billionaire Romance series, a sweet Hallmark-style, "clean and wholesome" romance without swearing or mature content and contains a happily ever after. If you like opposites-attract love, sweet chemistry, and a dash of clever suspense, then you'll adore this heartwarming romance.
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