Duplicity

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Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc, Jul 1, 2004 - Fiction - 199 pages
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Duplicity By Nikki Soarde Lee Saunders and Carter McCrea are friends. They work together. They discuss books and movies, their lives and their dreams. There's no detail too personal, no subject too taboo-except one. How they feel about each other. Lee loves him, has loved him almost since the first moment she laid eyes on him, but Carter is taken. He's been with the same woman for years and, with wedding bells tinkling in the distance, Lee has resigned herself to a fate of platonic friendship and lively fantasies. And then everything changes. Carter's girlfriend unexpectedly breaks it off and, devastated, Carter looks to Lee for comfort. Finally Lee's fantasies are fulfilled-in myriad ways she never dreamed-but her world is still far from perfect. Despite the break-up, Carter's ex isn't through with him. She has another agenda where Carter is concerned and works diligently to see it through to completion. Lee fights to hang on to what is hers, but encounters some surprising obstacles along the way and realizes that no one in her life is exactly what they appear to be. Not even the man she loves.

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