Giveaway: Rachel White – Conflict Management

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Morgan works as an administrative assistant at Three Trees, a company that produces recycled paper towels. The only aggravating part of his day is Lawrence, his boss—a persistent suitor who won’t take Morgan’s hints. But when Morgan finally tells him to back off, Law does so, and life settles back to normal.

Until he winds up helping Law with a family emergency, and learns more about the complicated man behind the office manager. But as their relationship shifts and grows, Morgan discovers something troubling within the company…

 

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Entries are limited to persons 18 years of age and older. You are stating you are of age by entering.
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Thank you to Less Than Three Books for generously donating this ebook for giveaway.

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Rachel White was born and raised in L.A., California, but moved north for college. An avid reader for as long as she can remember, she started writing in high school and hasn’t stopped since. Her favorite genre is probably fantasy, but she’ll devour a good book no matter what shelf it belongs to, and she takes an equally experimental approach to her own writing, hopping between ideas, genres, and stories as it suits her.

Along with writing, Rachel has been drawing since she was a little girl and also loves baking, particularly bread; don’t ask her about her sourdough starter unless you really want to know. Writing, however, remains her first and foremost passion.

You can also find her at her blog: http://rachelwhiteauthor.blogspot.com

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Leave a comment by 03/20/17 at 11:59 PM for a random chance to win a copy! Closed, congratulations Didi!

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6 Comments

  1. Romance at work is always interesting… Count me in, please

  2. Shirley Ann Speakman

    Please count me in.

  3. Thank you for the chance =)

  4. Sounds good.

  5. Count me in, please.

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