A Husband of Convenience
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A Husband of Convenience

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Josie's husband, Conan Zarcourt, was tall, dark and handsome. Yet Josie could only look, not touch, because theirs was a marriage in name alone. Conan had stepped in as father to his brother's child—the baby Josie was carrying.

But when an accident left Josie with amnesia she naturally assumed that Conan was her husband, her lover and the father of her baby. And until she r...more
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #2052, 186 pages
Published September 1999 by Harlequin Books
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Another Treasury book and another classic trope - marriage of convenience - and one that is done very well by Jacqueline Baird.

There is a lot of reality to this story, such as the heroine regretting her mistake of sleeping with her ex and the difficulties two people face learning to live with one another, and that makes this an enjoyable book to read.

The heroine is nicely independent as well as a but prickly - for the most part I liked her.

The star of the show here though is the hero... right fo...more
A marriage of convenience...by Jacqueline Baird. She certainly has a way of letting you know just how the hero feels. I was a little disconcerted on this one, because the bickering, and misunderstandings seemed to go on and on...Too much was getting rehashed.

Love this type of romance where the hero falls in love first and falls hard. It's a keeping it in the family romance where the h is the "baby mama" of the hero's brother.
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Saat amnesia, Josie menganggap kasih sayang yang diterima dari suaminya sangat wajar. Tanpa mengetahui bahwa sebenarnya pernikahan mereka saat hanya rekayasa karena ayah dari anaknya yang sebenarnya telah meninggal. Namun Conan, suami Josie, yang juga adik kandung dari ayah anak yang dikandungnya, ternyata benar-benar mencintai Josie. Dan akhirnya mereka berusaha untuk menjadikan pernikahan mereka pernikahan yang sesungguhnya.
ini buku harlequin yang paling bagus yang pernah kubaca..

Mendapat cinta tulus seperti ini benar-benar membuat setiap orang yg baca pasti ingin merasakannya... :)
OMG i absolutely loved this book !! infact been looking for it desperatly. cud not remember the name. fortunately saw a reader talking abt it;-) a keeper <3
I wish the amnesia part of the plot happened sooner......but still a great read! I love this author.
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Jacqueline Baird was born on the 1st of April at home in a small village Northumbria, England, UK, where she raised. She went to the local village school, and later an all-girls' grammar school where she passed the University of Oxford General Certificate of Education in various subjects. On leaving school she joined the civil service in the then Post Office department.

She met her husband Jim, whe...more
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