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Download and read online The Gemini Effect in PDF and EPUB A sexy contemporary romance about a case of mistaken identity in which Sarah falls for her boyfriend's twin brother... (15+) This is the third novel in the Deception series, and is set in England (York and Cornwall) and Canada. Deception: Sleeping with the wrong twin. What would make a ‘nice girl’ jump into bed with a total stranger? Sarah had been keeping her boyfriend Christopher at arm’s length for simply ages, never quite ready to commit. But now he was back, and suddenly she wanted him with every fibre of her being. But why did she now feel so different towards him? Christian is stunned when a gorgeous stranger throws herself into his arms and rushes him back to his hotel room. She seems to think she knows him, and somehow he can’t find the words to protest. After all, who could resist such a desirable woman? The only problem is, the longer he leaves it the harder it is to tell her the truth. How can he ever excuse his deception? And what will his brother say?
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Did you know the cycles of the moon have a huge effect on our health, our mood, our relationships and our work? By understanding these phases, we can work with them to improve and empower every aspect of our lives. In Moonology, world-renowned astrologistYasmin Boland unveils:
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You will also learn affirmations, visualisations and chants to use during each phase of the moon, and will discover the role of Angels, Goddesses and Ascended Masters during the New and Full Moons. This is a book for all those wishing to deepen their connection with nature and take their spiritual practice to a new level.
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