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PICK SIX !!!!!  


Pick Six: A Quick Snap Novella

by S.A. Clayton

Publication Date: September 14, 2020



    Pick Six is part of Kristen Proby's With Me in Seattle Universe.





    I never expected a tweet to change my life.

    One minute, I'm the manager of an inn off the coast of Seattle.

    The next, I'm the talk of every gossip channel imaginable.

    Why did the mystery guy who sat next to me on the plane home

    have to be a professional football player?

    And why did he make me fall for him before everything fell apart?

    She wasn't from my world.

    Being a pro athlete has its advantages, like asking the world at large

    to help me find the mystery girl that sat beside me on my flight home.

    But with the perks also come a moain of disadvantages.

    It was easy to fall for her.

    It was simple to forget the cost of fame.

    Until I lost her.


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    Author Bio


    S.A. Clayton lives in a small town outside of Toronto, Canada

    with her husband of five years and her scary large collection of books that seem

    to take over every room.

    She has worked on both sides of the publishing industry, both in a boookstore

    and for actual publishing companies. Although she loved both for different reasons,

    she found that writing was her true passion and has spent the last few years

    breaking into the industry as best she can.

    She is a lover of all things romance and began her writing journey

    in her late twenties. Since then, she has immersed herself in the

    romance genre and couldn't be happier.

    When she's not writing or reading, she enjoys binging a great Netflix

    show (Stranger Things anyone?), baking (because who doesn't love cookies!)

    and spending time with her family.




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