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Exotic Desires Vol. 2


195 page novel. This is book 2 out of 3. You should read book 1 first.

When I discovered that Nami was born into royalty, I knew that she was right. Our worlds didn’t belong together. We needed to move on. The problem was, I didn’t know if I could.

Reed Stirling is trying hard to forget ever meeting the exotic princess who crossed his path in Europe, but as much as he’s trying, he can’t. As he heads back to Philadelphia, he knows he has a choice to make, a choice that is going to change the direction of his life forever.

All Nami Carr wanted was to experience a couple days like a normal person. She’d told herself that she could let Reed go and focus on her duty for her country. Now, she isn’t so sure.

Don’t miss the exciting second book of M.S. Parker’s newest smoking series, Exotic Desires.

 

REVIEWS


Loved it!!! This is the second installment of the series . This story is about Reed and Nami. MS Parker does another fantastic job with this series . I have read everyone of her books and think she’s a fantastic author. Again this was a story that I couldn’t stop turning the pages . I cannot wait for the next book in the series which is also the last I highly recommend it!

-Annamaria Folkerts, Amazon.com

I cannot wait to see what the final installment brings for these two amazing characters I really do hope that it works out for them! This was such a great book don’t miss your chance to read it M.S. Parker did not disappoint it is yet again another of her amazing stories!

-Carrie Renteria, Amazon

Jump into this emotional roller coaster of a story, it is gripping from start to finish as MS Parker takes you on the journey between Reed and Namis attraction to each other that is certainly not heading in the direction either really truly wants! So looking forward to the next book.

M, Amazon.co.uk

 

EXCERPT


I’d spent the last two weeks trying to convince myself that this was what I wanted to do, where I wanted to be. I’d spent three more days in Venice, but that was mostly because I’d forgotten my luggage on the train when I’d run off with…her.

I could’ve bought new clothes, but I’d decided against it in favor of spending the time drinking while I’d waited for them to be shipped back. The next day, I’d bought a new ticket to Madrid and left, hoping the memories would stay in Venice.

They hadn’t.

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