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Sold Into Marriage (Silhouette Desire, #1832)

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THE WRONG BROTHER?Christmas Eve. Paris. Two strangers' eyes meet. So romantic. Yet Josie didn't know her encounter with Adam Ryder was far from accidental. She could not regret the passionate evening she and Adam had shared-- until she learned he was her boyfriend's brother, sent to ruin their relationship. What was she to do now that she was pregnant? Adam was arrogantly ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published November 6th 2007 by Silhouette Books (first published November 1st 2007)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
I really loved this book. It had the right mix of sexiness, angst, intense attraction, and equally intense love. Adam and Josie are two people who shouldn't have ended up together, but perhaps that was their fate, as they connect on a lonely Christmas Eve in Paris. For a moment in time, she isn't his brother's unsuitable would-be fiance' and he isn't the brother of the man who is wooing her.

Josie had a traumatic past, having been unwittingly abandoned to live with illiterate trappers in the Loui
Adam Ryder is sent to Paris to ward off potential girlfriend of his brother. Josie has been burned badly before has has put herself on a six month man free hiatus, when she sees Adam it is with a mixture of humor, given the situation, and like a magnet she is drawn to him. One passionate night leads to a disastrous morning where Josie ends up feeling betrayed, lost, and unworthy.

Adam had not meant to fall into bed with Josie, she was so alluring. One time is not enough with her, but her stubborn
Jan 15, 2015 ceecee rated it it was ok
This was a fast and short read. It read more like a short story with a nice addition to giving some of the back story on each character. I read this book in just two hours and I liked it.

This story is about a younger brother, Lucas, falling in love after just a few days of meeting a woman in Paris, Josie. After returning to his family and letting them know his older brother, Adam, goes to Paris to find the woman and pay her off. Their mother considered her to low born and not fit to merry into t
Sep 01, 2010 Paige rated it liked it
Sent off to Paris to get away from the scandal that erupted around her, Josie is all alone on Christmas Eve. That is until she meets Adam Ryder. Not knowing that Adam is the brother of her boyfriend Lucas Ryder, Josie feels an instant connection with him. What she doesn't know is that Adam was in Paris to ruin her relationship with his brother. But as Adam gets to know Josie he realizes that she isn't the type of person he and his mother thought she was and he really starts to care for her. But ...more
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Mar 07, 2009 Rebecca Parker rated it it was ok
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Nov 18, 2012 Tia rated it liked it
I didn't much care for Adam. There was something so arrogant and rude about him that it made me shy away from his character. I did love Josie's character, despite being hurt, she still lived and was strong. I thought the novel was well written and put together but some part of it did leave me wanting more. The emotional aspect of the novel seemed pale in comparison to others.
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This book was good but it was a little slow getting to the point of them telling each other how they felt. It had a good story line.
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Margaret Major was born on February 13, 1946 in Texas, U.S.A.. She grew up in south Texas fascinated by the vast ranches, the oil industry, and the vital clash and blend of the Hispanic and Anglo cultures. Her post-secondary education is as varied and far-reaching as the woman herself. She attended Del Mar College, the University of the Americas in Mexico City, and the University of Texas in Austi ...more
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“Life is a journey without reliable tour guides. You made plans and then you got distracted and took detours that proved to be dull, disastrous, or wonderful, or a combination of all three. – Josie Navarre (heroine)” 3 likes
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