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Casey Canyon
by S.W. Cannon

Casey Canyon’s dishonest choices lead him to huge trouble in his love life and possibly in his career. A destructive love triangle and near misses with the law, leave this police officer in a complicated dilemma. Will he choose Sam or Meredith, crime or the law? It may be too late... the decisions may have already been made for him. Just when you think you know what's going on, you don't. Each chapter has a cliff hanger like an episode of Scandal written by Shonda Rhimes and an ending that will leave your mouth ajar. This is the kind of read that will have you talking to other people about the characters as if you've met them, then put your phone on silent to finish the book!  
 
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