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Til Morning: A Short Story

  

by: B. Love

 : Til Morning: A Short Story








Binding: Kindle Edition
Format: Kindle eBook
Label: B. Love Publications
Languages: EnglishPublished
Manufacturer: B. Love Publications
Number Of Pages: 35
Publication Date: June 29, 2018
Publisher: B. Love Publications
Release Date: June 29, 2018
Studio: B. Love Publications




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*Please note: This is an eight-thousand word short story. If you are looking for a full length novel with a beginning, middle, and end, please choose another B. Love title for your reading pleasure.*

Three nights.
Two lovers.
One weekend that will change their lives forever.

For Latimore Hart, nothing is more important than his singleness and money. When he decides to spend the weekend at Decadence, an exclusive twenty-one and up hotel in Memphis, the last thing he expects is to find a woman capable of keeping his interest. In his mind, three days is more than enough time for him to share himself with any woman, but when he meets Dana… everything changes.

Dana Green lost a bet with her best friend. Her punishment? To spend the weekend at Decadence. Her original plan was to spend her entire trip in her room, but a late check in leads to Latimore sliding into her vision, arms, and maybe even her heart.

At the start of their weekend together, Latimore and Dana both agree that they will part ways and never see each other again when it’s over. Will that be the case, or will they break the only rule at Decadence and continue their affair long after Sunday morning arrives?



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