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Let’s face it, people will judge a book by it’s cover, and getting the right look and feel for Quick Fix is an ongoing battle.
The description for the book reads as follows;
Rihanna Wilding and Camilla Patterson are running on empty. Deceived by the ruthless drug dealer Aggie Patterson, they are caught in a web of lies, sex and drug abuse.
Neither girl anticipates that within a week of running away from home, they are illegal immigrants and pulled into a toxic love triangle that will change their lives forever.
Vulnerable and naive, the consequence of deception and one too many quick fixes, plummet them deep into a maze of corruption, that the only way out will leave one guilty of murder and the other on death row.
Note: This dramatic book contains sexual content and profanity. While the author believes these situations are handled in good taste, she acknowledges some readers will choose to pass on this book.
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