Enemies No More: An Enemies to Lovers Standalone (Derrick and Angelique #1)

by Jimi Gaillard-Jefferson


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Enemies No More: An Enemies to Lovers Standalone by Jimi Gaillard-Jefferson

Him:

She's the illusive part of a dream.

Blink and wonder if she's real. Can beauty be that vivid? Can a mind be that sharp? A mouth that bold?

She's everything I've ever been denied.

She's everything I'm too afraid to say I want.

She's here. Panther eyes. Hands on mine. In mine.

On me.

She's better than a dream.

Because she'll stay

If I give it all up.


Her:

He's the man I liked too much to pity and wanted too much to ignore

A harp played, a woman moaned her agonies and luxuries into a microphone and

He had chocolate and Scotch in his hands when I told him I wanted him

It was better than I imagined.

He wants to hide us and everything we've become.

Family, money, occupations, and career paths.

There's too much at stake, he says.

I am supposed to be his lifelong enemy. Not this.

But I am me, and I am his

Sacrifices will have to be made.



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