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Solution: Marriage
Barbara Benedict
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Solution: Marriage

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The news ripped through Main Street like a midsummer tornado. But Callie Magruder didn't need the local gossip mill to tell her so. She'd felt he was coming. After all, she'd always had a sixth sense when it came to Luke--or maybe it was no sense. Luke was the town's Golden Boy, son of her family's nemesis...and her forbidden first love. And
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Published May 15th 2012 by Silhouette Desire (first published April 1st 2001)
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Barbara Benedict obtained an English major in college, and she went on to teach high school but she’s always been drawn to the magical process of writing. For Barbara, books are the keys that open the doors to life and all its wonders. For as long as she can remember, she has been stepping through these portals—by both reading and writing—to explore the myriad worlds they offer.

In 1984, Barbara pu
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