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Ruthless Tycoon, Innocent Wife (Harlequin Presents) by Helen Brooks

By Helen Brooks

Marianne Carr will do whatever to avoid wasting her domestic, and ruthless businessman Rafe Steed understands it! He has a rating to settle with the Carr kinfolk, and after one assembly with this gentle good looks he makes a decision he'll have the house…and the girl!Against her higher judgment, Marianne is interested in Rafe's robust sensuality. yet she is saving herself for her marriage ceremony evening, and Rafe is easily no longer the marrying variety! but what this rich person desires, he often gets….

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Double Trouble by Doreen Tovey

By Doreen Tovey

The habit of a Siamese cat is rarely predictable, as all vendors good understand. The calm of the Tovey loved ones is once more torn to shreds while Doreen's cat Seeley immediately loathes the recent arrival, Shebalu, and she—all 5 inches of her—loathes him again. after which, even worse, they develop into enterprise pals, and group as much as create havoc. The characters of Cats within the Belfry go back with a vengeance: Father Adams, omit Wellington, and Annabel the donkey. yet Seeley and Shebalu thieve the express with their loveable mischief, and their antics will carry tears of laughter.

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Jane Eyre's Daughter by Elizabeth Newark

By Elizabeth Newark

With Jane Austen sequels proliferating, it truly is approximately time a person created a sequel to Austen's rival Charlotte Bront?!In this sequel to Jane Eyre, younger Janet Rochester is consigned to Highcrest Manor and the guardianship of the stern Colonel Dent whereas her mom and dad trip to the West Indies. As she struggles to make a existence for herself guided by way of their beliefs, she is stuck up within the mysteries of Highcrest. Why is the East Wing forbidden to her? What lies in the back of locked gates? and what's the resource of the voices she hears within the evening? Can she belief the enigmatic Roderick Landless or should still she move her allegiance to the artful and captivating Sir Hugo Calendar?Riding her mare at the Yorkshire moors, conserving her personal with Colonel Dent, or waltzing at her first ball, Janet is a robust and sympathetic personality, and prefer her mom, she's going to desire all her braveness ...

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Bedtime for Bonsai (Avon Romance) by Elaine Fox

By Elaine Fox

Penelope Porter longed for a child. yet now that her marriage is over, she's became to the subsequent top thing—a adorable, cuddly dog. Mr. Darcy's an absolute sweetheart, yet he may perhaps use a stint in obedience tuition. He retains sneaking over to the store around the highway, the only owned through Baltimore undesirable boy Dylan Mersey. now not that Penelope minds having to fetch her puppy from his good-looking new buddy . . .

Mr. Darcy? just a high-society hottie could identify a mischievous pooch after a romantic hero. No, to Dylan this pup's identify is Bonsai . . . and his owner's irresistible. Dylan's extra rough-and-tumble than sophisticated, yet he is approximately to turn out he is precisely what Penelope must disregard her heartless ex.

Soon issues are heating up among right Penelope and unsafe Dylan as they study that misbehaving is not only enjoyable for the puppy. What Penelope considers fallacious speedy turns into unstoppable, and she or he discovers that real love actually is definitely worth the risk.

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Five Quarters of the Orange (P.S.) by Joanne Harris

By Joanne Harris

While Framboise Simon returns to a small village at the banks of the Loire, the locals don't realize her because the daughter of the notorious lady they carry accountable for a tragedy throughout the German career years in the past. however the earlier and current are inextricably entwined, fairly in a scrapbook of recipes and thoughts that Framboise has inherited from her mom. and shortly Framboise will detect that the magazine additionally comprises the most important to the tragedy that indelibly marked that summer time of her 9th yr. . . .

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