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BookThe Intern
AuthorMarni Mann
LanguageEnglish
Size392 KB
Pages357
CategoryNovel

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A steamy office romance from USA Today bestselling author Marni Mann…

In the legal world, everyone really knows my last name. So when Declan Shaw, the hottest, ruthless, most desirable trial attorney in the state, comes in to oversee my class’s mock trial, I decide not to divulge that personal information.

I want a one-on-one chat with him like any other law student, especially if we’re out partying after class.

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But the one-on-one conversation ends with us in the alley behind the bar.
When we take off our clothes.
shout his name with me
Desperate to have you, downright dirty sex with no compromises.

And then he stalks me like a complete alpha hole.

But a few weeks later, when I walk into The Dalton Group, my family’s law firm, where I begin my internship, my new boss is waiting for me.

The man I despise.
I can still taste the man in my fantasies.
Declan Shaw.

This book definitely needs a warning!

Don’t read in public! In fact, some passages will make you blush, squirm, and tingle in places you didn’t know tingled. Not only that, but once you start, you won’t be able to stop reading. This read is SO addictive!

Get ready, get ready and read this devilishly dirty delicious story that once I started I couldn’t put it down.

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The Dalton family is back, and while we’ve seen that the Dalton Group is a law firm full of alpha billionaire gods, this episode spotlights the little cousin who is finishing up his law degree and needs an internship before he graduates and takes the bar exam. attorney. But before she begins her internship, a top-notch trial attorney and longtime friend of the Dalton brothers is hired and receives an offer she never saw coming…to mentor and mentor an intern.
The family business Dalton Group must have special powers, because that’s where the magic happens.

First let me say that the cover art is misleading… Hannah Dalton.

She may be the intern and Declan Shaw may be an alpha dominator at the top of the food chain, but with Hannah, she was “the boss,” and he doesn’t stand a chance, even if she takes him a hot minute. to find out. She may be a reserved little intern on paper, but once you get to know her…she’s amazing! She’s pure alpha, smart, headstrong and with the help of her dearly devoted older cousins, she’s unstoppable. She can take on anyone and bring him to his knees.

The Intern is definitely YOUR story. If he has read the previous books in this series, he may have encountered her as a minor character. (If not, that’s fine, this reading can be read as a stand-alone book.)

However, having Declan Shaw as a mentor is a dangerous situation. You see, they have a bit of history… a night to remember…

You need to read what happens and find out what made The Intern story so unique and hard to put down. Aside from the boisterous combustible chemistry they both share a certain vulnerability, breaking these grenades took quite a bit of planning and planning. There was heartbreak and pain along the way, with a bit of biting humor and banter.

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Hannah and Declan’s story was fast-paced, intense, intriguing, and full of unexpected surprises. From Chapter 1 I was captivated by its instant attraction and the cat and mouse game that followed. A misunderstanding takes on a life of its own, but with the help of Dominick, Jenner and Ford, she becomes unstoppable and brings Declan to his knees. They are extremely protective and understanding of what could happen to Declan.
Oh, it was sweet revenge to see this fiery alpha god squirm upon learning that he definitely hit his opponent.

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