Misery Loves Cabernet


Author: Kim Gruenenfelder

Working at a break-neck speed as a personal assistant to Hollywood’s sexiest movie star, thirty-year-old Charlie Edwards struggles with conflicted feelings for an attractive photographer who has just left for a two-month film shooting and a hunky producer.,,Library of Congress: 2009004798….Read More

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