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Bride Candidate #9

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Millionaire Luke Walker had narrowed his list of potential brides down to eight sweet, secure, non-passion-inducing women. For Luke was finished with all-sex, no-substance relationships. The ex-playboy wanted someone to share his quiet life...someone exactly unlike Ariel Minx.

From the moment Ariel walked into his office, Luke knew his plan for a passi
Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 1st 1998 by Silhouette Books (first published 1998)
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And they lived happily ever after.

I’ve always loved that sentence. There is such hope in those words, such faith in the future and ever-after love. I’ve always been a believer, which led me to being a reader of romance novels long before I began to write them. The dance of courtship between a man and a woman, sometimes slow and bluesy, sometimes wild and uninhibited, is sheer bliss to me. And the
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