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Heat Wave: Richmond

Heat Wave Richmond Danny Masterson is finally getting a place all his own and he couldn t be excited Since college he s lived with his best buddy Rob but when Rob s pregnant girlfriend moved in Danny knew it was time

  • Title: Heat Wave: Richmond
  • Author: J.M. Snyder
  • ISBN: 9781611528282
  • Page: 495
  • Format: ebook
  • Danny Masterson is finally getting a place all his own, and he couldn t be excited Since college he s lived with his best buddy Rob, but when Rob s pregnant girlfriend moved in, Danny knew it was time to move out His new apartment has all the amenities, and the sexy neighbor living downstairs named Kyle only sweetens the deal.But a heat wave hits when Rob helps DannDanny Masterson is finally getting a place all his own, and he couldn t be excited Since college he s lived with his best buddy Rob, but when Rob s pregnant girlfriend moved in, Danny knew it was time to move out His new apartment has all the amenities, and the sexy neighbor living downstairs named Kyle only sweetens the deal.But a heat wave hits when Rob helps Danny move in, and the apartment s A C isn t working right Maintenance won t come out because Danny isn t listed as a tenant yet, so he s stuck sweating it out over the long, Fourth of July weekend.Kyle invites Danny to stay downstairs in his apartment in air conditioned bliss, but he has a pretty roommate named Nadia who may or may not be his girlfriend Danny thinks Kyle might be interested in him, but so far Kyle hasn t said or done anything to move things forward between them Will things ever heat up between them Or is Danny going to end up getting burned

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      Published :2018-09-25T11:50:28+00:00

    1 thought on “Heat Wave: Richmond

    1. Light, easy, angst-free. Reading Snyder's work always make me feel like I read a friend's story because it's easy to feel connected to the characters. As always, pricey for the word count, and Snyder uses present tense (for those who care).

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