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May 10 , 2009

Call to Attraction (Office Relations #1)

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This book has been previously published with the title Office Relations. It has been revised and expanded from its original release. This novella is approximately 24,000 words (100 pages) plus an excerpt from Between Floors, the next story in the series.

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