Dublin Rose by Cash Sullivan

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Callum Flint has lived a life most only dream about. Growing up in a loving family with supportive parents and countless opportunities to find his niche, Callum finds himself doing what he loves as a production manager of a large construction company based in Ireland.

Now confident that he can direct his own path, Callum finds himself swept away and fumbling for the super suave nature he usually permeates as he finds himself face to face with a feisty pub waitress in the heart of Ireland.

Chloe Wakefield has spent all of her adult life as a loner. With all of her family gone and having moved to a foreign country right out of high school, the hard-working Montana native is determined to make a new life for herself.

After years of heartbreak from which she never intended to recover from, Chloe finds herself in the unexpected grips of an emotional roller coaster with her one true soul mate. Through life's twists and turns, Chloe's life falls back and forth from the easy predictability of being alone to the frightening vulnerability that comes with giving the heart away to another.

Follow along as Chloe and Callum find through life and death, victory and tragedy, and love and loss, who they are truly meant to be and the beautiful disastrous life that they are truly meant to live.

About Cash Sullivan

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A native of New England, Cash Sullivan spent most of her childhood in rural Vermont. She later moved to the South East United States, pursuing a law enforcement career. Through her unique view of society as a detective, she has been able to create perspectives not commonly seen by the public eye and share those in an expressive way. She now lives with her family in the mountains of western North Carolina.
Published March 5, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 212 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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