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Author: Julie Garwood
Book Format: Hardcover
Original Title: Wired
Number Of Pages: 336 pages
First Published in: July 4th 2017
Latest Edition: July 4th 2017
Series: Buchanan-Renard #13
Language: English
Generes: Romance, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary, Mystery, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Suspense, Fiction, Thriller, Adult, Mystery, Crime ,
Main Characters: Noah Clayborne, Alec Buchanan, Allison Trent, Liam Scott, Jane Trent
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