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Love, Marriage and Other Calamities

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Jolie Duval often leapt before she looked...That's how she wound up losing so many jobs. And needing this one badly enough to marry Mike Kramer to get it. Which led to

Calamity #1

Maybe signing on as cook hadn't been such a hot idea. Well, actually, it was hot. The kitchen, that is. From the fire. But that was all because of

Calamity #2

Mike. Jolie knew why she wanted him--alt
ebook, 256 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin American Romance (first published 1997)
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Debbi Rawlins currently lives with her husband in Las Vegas, Nevada. A native of Hawaii, she married on Maui and has since lived in Cincinnati, Chicago, Tulsa, Houston, Detroit, and Durham, North Carolina during the past twenty years.

Now that she's had enough of the gypsy life, it'll take a crane, a bulldozer, and a forklift to get her out of her new home. Not that her friends would let her leave
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