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A Convenient Proposal (Marry Me? #2)

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Candy was wary when Quinn Ellington suggested it would be mutually beneficial for them to marry. She knew her uncle had asked Quinn to look after her while she recovered from an accident. But wasn't marriage taking it a bit far?

Quinn claimed he needed a wife, but he didn't strike Candy as a man who needed "anyone"! Many women had tried to get him to the alter...so what rea
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ebook, Harlequin Presents #2118, 192 pages
Published April 2011 by Harlequin Books (first published June 2000)
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Kay
Apr 18, 2015 Kay rated it liked it
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3 Stars ~ In Ms. Brooks, A Suspicious Proposal, we met Xavier's niece, Candy and Essie's veterinarian partner, Quinn. That book had ended with Candy beginning her recovery from a horrible car accident that had taken her fiance and had left her temporarily in a wheel chair. Quinn was the gorgeous new vet whose mere presence attracted all the single women and their pets to their practice. This story begins with Candy recovered physically from her accident but still feeling wobbly emotionally, so s ...more
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It was a story about two people afraid of falling in love again because of previous failed relationships. So, they refused to name the feelings that they felt for one another and instead called it friendship, although they both knew it's more than friendship. What's funny about this relationship was that they couldn't stand the thought of each other with another person, so they pretend to be dating each other. They made themselves believe that it's much more convenient than having to regularly f ...more
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Cute romance... always end good...
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Rita Bradshaw was born on 1950 in Northampton, England, where she was educated as a good Christian. She met Clive, her husband, at the age of 16 andnow the magic is still there. They have three lovely children, Cara, Faye, and Benjamin, and have always had a menagerie of animals in the house, whichat the present is confined to two endearing and very comical dogs who wouldmake a great double act on ...more
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