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The Bachelor's Stand-In Wife

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Tycoon David Falcon needed a wife. Not someone to actually "marry, " but a superefficient, multitasking woman who'd keep his household humming along smoothly. Single mother Valerie Sinclair seemed the ideal candidate. Until an evening out led to an unexpected kiss.

Organizing the businessman's hectic life was one thing. Wanting to "share" his life wasn't part of the deal. B
ebook, 224 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Silhouette Desire
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nice one though i prefer presents HP wid lots of angst! this one was sweet and i loved how they gradually fell in love. it was not just a case of lust. der was deep affection, care and attraction der. poor valerie had raised her kid alone and she deserved some happiness. she only wanted the whole white picket fence family dream.
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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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