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The Spaniard's Marriage Demand (A Mediterranean Marriage #8)

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Spanish film director Leandro Reyes's handsome features and commanding presence made women go weak at the knees. But he made Isabella feel as if she was different from all the rest. Only in the cold morning light did she realize that she was just another notch on his belt.

Or was she? Their passionate night together created a lasting consequence that Leandro could not ignor
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Published June 1st 2006 by Harlequin Presents
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It was an okay novel. The hero was so close to losing the heroine forever, the emotion the author poured out in the speech, the heroine made right after hero and heroine made love, had me in tears.
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