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When Megan meets Ben Saunders, she’s very attracted and he seems the same, but she didn’t expect him to propose almost immediately. It’d be like marrying a stranger. Only, how can she refuse when they get on so well and he has to go to Australia in a week? Can they make this sudden marriage work?
Kindle Edition, 177 pages
Published April 3rd 2013
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KL Caley
Aug 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
So, the plot of this book is what drew me in, it is really intriguing. Megan was orphaned as a child and went to live with her aunt, uncle and cousin. Despite adoring her new family as an adult she decides to return to the area of her childhood. During her journeys, she accidentally ends up rescuing Ben from being pick-pocketed. In return, they end up spending a few days together and the attraction between them grows. When Ben unveils he has to move away to Australia she is heartbroken, but then ...more
Margaret Galbraith
Jul 23, 2018 rated it it was ok
I should have realised by the title it was going to be 'one of those' books but I persevered as I did enjoy the authors other book with the family life and a bit of mystery and crime in it. If you like a soppy love story this is for you or just a quick 'don't need to concentrate' holiday read go for it. The storyline could have gone either way in the end but it was just what I'd expected. No surprises here!
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Anna Jacobs has 57 novels published as of April 2012. She writes historical sagas and modern novels alternately, and in the past has written historical romances and fantasy novels (the latter as Shannah Jay).

She's addicted to story-telling and writes three novels a year.