The Tax Protest Love Romp in London: when complaining REALLY pays off (The St-Jane Sisters Book 1)
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A romantic romp through St Paul’s during London’s Occupy protest of 2011. Jill St-Jane comes to a crossroads when the dashing Baron Chilcote blasts back into her world during the wildest tax demonstration London has ever witnessed. Artists, protesters, campaigners, politicians, London bankers, Romanian love rivals, tax-specialists, love-in specialists, bishops, spies, and Norwegian businessmen become embroiled in a love-laced web of intrigue. The Tax Protest Love Romp in London shows how when it comes to love, complaining really pays off! This romantic comedy with a twist, this is the ideal read for anyone who enjoys side-splitting wit and humour, with a generous dash of romance to go with it.
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