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The Marriage Recipe (Harlequin American Romance, #1207)

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New York loves pastry chef Rachel Palladia's desserts, and her boss in the A-list Italian restaurant where she works is desperate to make her his wife. A country girl's dream come true--until she catches her fianc making love to someone else. When her ex-fianc sues her for the rights to her recipes, Rachel heads home to Morrisville, Indiana, to ask Colin Morris--the town's ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Harlequin (first published April 1st 2008)
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I really enjoyed this fast pace romance. It had a lot of second chance feel about it as they skirted around each other and finally cleared the air on what really happened in their childhood. Took her a while to really realize what she wanted. Need to get back to reading more of hers.
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