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My Fair Gentleman

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"Jan Freed writes with spice and flair! An exciting new voice in contemporary romance."--Susan Wiggs

It's My Fair Lady in reverse!

Catherine Eliza Hamilton and her fiance have a bet on. At stake? Catherine's professional future. To win, she needs to pass of a man of her fiance's choosing as a wealthy "blue blood." For just one night.

Sound simple?

It's about as simple as makin
ebook, 304 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury - Harlequin Superromance (first published September 1st 1996)
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Psychologist Catherine Hamilton makes a bet with her fiancé, Carl, that she can pull off a Dr. Henry Higgins (My Fair Lady): coach an ordinary guy and pass him off as a member of a prominent East Coast family. If she wins, Carl will finance her private counseling practice. If she doesn’t, she’ll put aside her career to be a society wife, like Carl’s mother. The ultimate test to prove who wins: introduce the impostor to Catherine’s snobby father,
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Why would a former bank vice president and advertising agency executive choose to write romance novels? "Selling women a sense of their own self-worth beats hyping consumer products any day," Jan Freed says of her newest—and third—career. Her heroines are "strong, gutsy women willing to safeguard traditional values against all odds. Sort of John-Wayne-in-pantyhose types," she explains.

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