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A Bicycle Built for Two by Alice Duncan

A Bicycle Built for Two

Description : Kate Finney, a savvy fortune teller and hootchy-kootchy dancer at the Chicago World Fair who doesn't believe in love, finds her life forever changed by Alex English, a dashing city slicker who will stop at nothing to win her heart - forever. Original.

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Authors : Alice Duncan

Published Date : 2002

Publisher : Zebra Books

ISBN : 0821772783

Page : 352 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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