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As the daughter of a former NBA player and a criminal attorney, 21-year-old Skye Lewis is faced with the immense pressures of becoming as successful as her parents. Upon starting her first year of law school she meets third year student Cameron Carter. Almost immediately, they find themselves extremely attracted to one another. However, Cameron has a host of secrets and a complex occupation, which he tries to keep from Skye. Through an unlikely turn of events, Skye finds out about Cameron’s secret life and is forced to choose between true love or her own well-being.

©2019 Treasure Malian (P)2020 Recorded Books

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  • suzette d gough
  • 17-02-2021

annoying

I could not tolerate listening. Sound like a group kindergartens are reading all the parts.

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  • Lelalove
  • 11-02-2021

SUPER GOODT !

I’m going to start off by saying Ari. Like why Ari I thought she was going to be our ride or die. Skye is a beast though doing what she has too like a boss. Can’t wait to see what she does in the next book

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  • Allison Shells
  • 26-10-2020

Decent story

The. ending is messed up, the writer could have done much better. Maybe next time.

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