Trouble: A best friend’s sister small town by Julie Archer
Maddox What do you call it when you fall for your best friend's sister? Trouble. I was perfectly happy with my life, tinkering around with cars and refurbishing old beauties. Until one day, a young beauty showed up with a more than tempting proposition. What could be better than working on my dream car with my dream woman? Ten years of pent up lust spilled over in one weekend. But when my best friend found out his little sister Lyla had set her sights on me, there'd be trouble. Author Note: Trouble is the first story in the Trouble series but can be read completely as a stand-alone.
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