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For Hammond had proved that he was capable of anything. Chapter Fifty-Four Its time to move, Cruz announced over breakfast in Acapulco. Move where? asked Ina, channelling her best Salma Hayek in a form-fitting turquoise dress, her overly large breasts spilling out, nipples permanently erect the result of her breast enlargement surgery. Nothin to do with you, Sergei said, slurping strong black coffee from a ceramic mug. Me and your brother got business to conduct. You stay out of it. Ina frowned. If it wasnt for her, Sergei would never have met Cruz.

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