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TKSeven By TKSeven Completed

London (Lundy) Moran was an intelligent, self-assured fundraiser for the World Charities Foundation.  Being an aesthetically beautiful woman she had fought long and hard to be taken seriously in a profession commonly dominated by men.  After a traumatic break-up from a long standing personal relationship she was completely focused on her career. The last thing she was looking for was love, but that didn't mean it wasn't going to find her anyway.

Rafe Gallagher was the lead singer and creative energy behind the most successful phenomenon to hit the music scene since The Rolling Stones.  The band Closer Distance, and more specifically Gallagher himself, had been breaking records and garnering every critically acclaimed and fan supported award relevant to their genre for the better part of a decade. Rafe, unlike the stereotypical rock star, was humble to a fault, considering his status as the most sought after bachelor in the world of entertainment with looks that could only be described as otherworldly and  the charm to match. He found love in his profession long ago, but had never been IN love personally. That would all change when he least expected it.

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TheHutchGal TheHutchGal Sep 07
Incredible introduction, you've set your characters up well in this fist chapter.  Can't wait to read more! :)
I love how normal Lundy is. She's a nerd with contacts and glasses. A normal woman.
This is already a great story, just this first chapter really intriguing.
I think I understand the depth of this line a lot more now...
Mcostell0 Mcostell0 Aug 22
I love the way London praises herself and her work. Like being endorsed by the President is nothing but finding solutions to 'immense problems facing the Earth both as a populace and a planet' is the most important thing EVER! I can't wait to fall in love with her! Oh and Safe Rafe.
WalkStar WalkStar Feb 22
I am in love and it's only the first chapter. Wow. I wish I'd listened to the many people who recommended your book sooner!