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Becoming the Tycoon's Bride

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Two irresistible tycoons claim their brides..."The Tycoon's Marriage Bid" by Patricia Thayer

Hugh McCutcheon is renowned for getting what he wants, and he wants Ellie Flanagan's business! But when Hugh meets i ' ame-haired, kind Ellie, suddenly a strictly business bid is the last thing on his mind. His new proposal aims toward the altar...!

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Paperback, 251 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Harlequin
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This book has two stories - and I will leave reviews accordingly.
(I can't seem to find these books on Goodreads singularly - I usually like to leave links on those too).

The Tycoon's Marriage Bid by Patricia Thayer
4 Stars
Started reading 12 Feb 2011, finished 13 Feb 2011 - I believe these are shorter stories (this was only 96 pages - 9 chapters plus an epilogue).

I really did love the fire and the chemistry between this hero and heroine. I really liked Ellie, she was feisty and Hugh had a good ba
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The Tycoon's Marriage by Patricia Thayer
Hugh McCutcheon works for his father as an acquisitions expert. His father wants Ellie Flanagan's family's vineyard. Ellie definitely gets Hugh thinking of matters other than business...

Chosen as the Sheikh's Wife by Liz Fielding
Sheikh Fayad al Khalifa swoops in to protect Violet Hamilton when an unexpected discovery in her home makes her the target of greedy predators. I liked this much more than I thought I would (not typically a fan of the sheikh/prince
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Originally born and raised in Muncie, Indiana, Patricia Thayer was the second of eight children. She attended Ball State University, and soon afterward she headed West. Over the years, she’s made frequent visits back to the Midwest, trying to keep up with her family’s numerous weddings and births.

Patricia has called Orange County, California home for many years. She not only enjoys the warm clima
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