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The CEO's Contract Bride (New Zealand Knights, #2) (New Zealand Knights #2)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  5 reviews
With her wedding nine days away, Gwen Jones's fiance suddenly disappeared, along with her bank account. Now, to save her home, she had to marry businessman Declan Knight--the man with whom she'd shared one torrid, mistaken night of passion.

Declan also needed to marry in order to access his inheritance. So he agreed to Gwen's plan despite his previous vow to keep his hands
ebook, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Harlequin Enterprises (first published January 1st 2007)
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The night of Declan Knight's fiancee's funeral shouldn't have ended the way it did, with him in bed with her best friend, Gwen Jones. But it did and he couldn't take it back. So what did he do? Closed her off from his life had moved on.

But when she comes to him eight years later and tells him her fiancee and his fiance manger fled, cleaning out both their bank accounts, he can't help but feel this need to help. When he realizes that without his money he won't be able to start up his dream projec
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Surprisingly this is the only novel in the Knight's series that doesn't involve one of the brothers getting the heroine pregnant. Although it was an alright novel, the moral values in it were pretty despicable in my opinion. I was turned off by some of the aspects in the book greatly. Other than that it was well written and a great addition to the series.
Jen Taylor
A cute story filled with how all encompassing love truly can be and how fast it can sneak into your heart when you least expect it.
Not one of the best.
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Always an avid reader, I was introduced to the joy of reading romance at the age of 13 by an elderly neighbour. Each week I’d visit her and we'd sort through bags and boxes of books - she didn’t know it then but she’d unleashed a monster! A wannabe romance writer monster. At the age of 15 and totally inspired by the books I'd read, I tried my hand at my first romance novel (an abysmal attempt whic ...more
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