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Married by Christmas

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It was hardly surprising that Lilli Bennett had drunk a great deal of champagne; barely three months ago her world had been rocked by trauma. She'd remembered leaving the party with devastatingly handsome banker Patrick Devlin ... but how had she come to wake the next morning in his bed? Patrick was not about to let her forget it. He vowed that she'd marry him within the m...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published 1998 by Mills & Boon
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What a delightful story. I loved the relationship and dynamics between not only the H/h, but their respective families. It was filled with unexpected twist and turns that kept me turning those pages and there was a level of sophistication in the execution of the story that you don't typically find in most HP category romances. Both the heroine and hero act respectfully towards one another, but yet all the requisite angst and chemistry between the two still existed!

I was a bit hesitant to pick it...more
Liked it very much,the story developed well,liked Patrick-Lilli very much,all the issues were handled well and by the end every puzzle piece falls into places.Overall a fun,sweet and enjoyable read

Recommend it
Sati Marie Frost
I'll tell you a secret. British romance novels baffle me the majority of the time. As a half-English half-American raised in Spain and London, you'd expect me to understand how Brits think, but I guess there's too much Yankee in me.

So yes. English Mills & Boon titles tend to leave me with a quizzical look on my face. They seem to be full of perplexing heroes and heroines, who have a lot of hostility for each other - at least at the start - and spend a lot of time being angry for reasons that...more
It was odd and the ending was even more so. I mean having a baby brother just a bit before having your own children? The ending was pretty damn screwed up, the rest of it was okay though.
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Carole Mortimer was born in a village in England that she claims was so small that "if you blinked as you drove through it you could miss seeing it completely!" She adds that her parents still live in the house where she first came into the world, and her two brothers live very close by.

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