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Husband's Price (Harlequin Presents, 1998)

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The betrayal

Six years ago, Claudia believed Adam betrayed her love, and she'd ended their passionate affair little knowing that she was expecting his baby.

The marriage

Now, Claudia is on the verge of bankruptcy and desperately needs Adam's help. Adam agrees--but for a price. He wants Claudia back in his his wife. Marriage to the man who broke her heart seems almos
Paperback, 187 pages
Published November 1st 1998 by Harlequin Books (first published May 8th 1998)
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Sep 30, 2015 Tia rated it it was ok
After a couple years or wanting to get a hold of this novel, I was left disappointed.
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A lovely reunion story from the ninety's. Adam and Claudia met and fell in love one summer six years ago when she was only eighteen and he was twenty-four. Interference from Claudia's stepmother broke them up and he left without a forwarding address. Alone and pregnant with a sick father, she married his accountant, Tony.

Now Claudia is left to salvage her family hotel business after the death of her husband and stepmother. And who should turn up to rescue her but Adam. Embittered and extremely w
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