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Dragon's Omega MatchMate (Dragon's MatchMate Agency Book 5)

by Maia Starr

Published Aug 09, 2020 by Amazon.com Services LLC

Price was: $2.99

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4.8 out of 5 on Amazon with 7 ratings

Catarina is the omega of my clan. A clan where I brought her.

Helping her escape the Omega Hearts Agency came with consequences.
I’ve fallen for her, but I can’t act on it.
She’s forbidden… and tempting.
And what’s worse?
She has a terrible secret that’s a risk to her life.
My obsession with Catarina has no conditions.
I’ll possess her, keep her, and make her mine.
I always protect what’s mine.
Catarina is my responsibility.
And escaping this clan is the only way to keep her safe.
But could I lose her if there was resistance?
I’ll fight until we’re free.
Until her secret is no longer a threat to her.

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