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The Engagement Party
Barbara Boswell
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The Engagement Party (Always a Bridesmaid #1)

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The Brooding Bachelor

Three marriage proposals and not one walk down the aisle had Hannah Farley swearing off men forever. Until the sexiest stranger Clover, South Carolina, had ever seen turned up. With his black eyes, black T-shirt, black worn jeans and a temper to match, Matthew Granger was an irresistible challenge!

But all the man did was stomp around town and ask stran
Published July 1st 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Silhouette Desire 90s (first published June 1995)
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Barbara Schroeder was born on 28 October 1946 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, USA. She worked as nurse, before she married William P. Boswell, a attorney, and they had three daughters.

She has been a longtime romance novel fan, becoming hooked on the romances by Harlequin back in the mid-‘70s when she was home with her three small daughters. When the youngest reached school age in 1983, she wanted so
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