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The Bonded Heart

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She was old enough to make her own decisions... — Sara partially blamed her brother for her predicament -- she had nowhere to live. So when he tried to prevent her from working as a live-in housekeeper for Brad Garwood, she took the job to spite him. — It would have been better if her employer hadn't been such a disturbingly virile male. But it was an honest living. ...more
Paperback, 189 pages
Published May 1st 1984 by Harlequin Books
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Betty Marie Wilhite had always wanted to write. She married Doug, and they had three boys, the first was Douglas Jr., four years later Benjamin, and nine years later the last, Matthew. The family lived in Wilmington, Delaware. She began writing romances soon after Matthew was born. She wrote under the pseudonyms of Betsy Page, Elizabeth Douglas, Elizabeth August and Kathleen Ward.
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