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Marriage of Convenience

3.69  ·  Rating Details ·  48 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Diana willingly sacrifices a good career and the freedom of single life to raise the infant son of her deceased sister, but when the boy's real father shows up five years later, she and the father are forced into a marriage of convenience.
Published October 1st 1998 by HarperPrism (first published 1991)
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Brenda (b)
This was a great story. I loved Chris. It took me a bit longer to warm up to Mason. The five year skip between chapters six and seven threw me off but only momentarily. I found it interesting that the story seemed to center more on the the struggle between Chris and Mason to come to terms about sharing custody of Kevin then their romance.
Maryann Fox
Loved this book about a marriage of convenience at first-the mutual love of a little boy brings a man and woman who are opposites together for a marriage so that they can be a family unit without having to have a custody agreement. Time brings them together and makes the family real in all aspects. I had read some of the author's new books and discovered this while looking at her website to see if there were any that I wanted to read
I would have rated a star higher if the ending didn't feel rushed and incomplete. But other than that its a good read.

And as always Happy Reading!!! :)
Angela Lewis
not a book I would normally select, it has been on the shelf gathering dust too long. Engrossing enough to read quickly but the romance is not what I'd look for
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Georgia was a Army child, who after a successful career as a freelance photo journalist before she turned to fiction writing. Published since 1983, she is an award-winning author whose books have sold more than four million copies worldwide. Her romance novel, A Marriage of Convenience, became a CBS movie in October of 1998 starring Jane Seymour and James Brolin.

Married wich John Bockoven, she is
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