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Marriage with Benefits The gorgeous Texas realestate tycoon Lucas Wheeler shuns commitment, but a sixmonth fake marriage will help him rebuild his reputation and Cia Allende access her trust fund to build a women's shelter. No strings. No romance. Simple...Except it's anything but...Improperly Wed Responsible Belinda Wentworth has always been a dutiful society daughter. Except for when she married her family's enemy, Colin Granville, the Marquess of Easterbridge, in a quickie Las Vegas wedding - which she annulled hours later. Or so she thought. Until impossibly sexy Colin bursts into her life with the news that they're still married. A Breathless Bride Constantine Atraeus knows controlling Ambrosi Pearls would not be complete without enticing Sienna Ambrosi back into his bed. His ex-lover, however, won't be won over with simple promises and elaborate seductions. So Constantine proposes the ultimate marriage bargain. It is a price he's more than willing to pay. But is she?
A Christmas Carol meets It's A Wonderful Life A letter for Sonja's deceased friend arrives at the post office in Michigan, and with it a proposal. With her father threatening to kick her out of his home, Sonja impulsively responds, offering to travel west to be a substitute bride. At the same time, Louis's railroad promotion sends him back to Michigan, the one place on earth he'd hoped to never return-where Christmas past was full of pain. A mysterious stranger leaves him marked copies of "A Christmas Carol" as he considers romancing Sonja in Christmas present. Will Louis discern the best choices for Christmas future? Does it include the Poor House, again? Even so-will God bring healing and love to him this year?
There was consternation in the domestic camp of Mr Justice Bligh on the banks of the Thames. It was a Sunday morning in early summer. Three-fourths of the family sat in ominous silence before the mockery of a well-spread breakfast-table: Sir James and Lady Bligh and their second son, Granville. The eldest son-the missing complement of this family of four-was abroad. For many months back, and, in fact, down to this very minute, it had been pretty confidently believed that the young man was somewhere in the wilds of Australia; no one had quite known where, for the young man, like most vagabond young men, was a terribly meagre corespondent; nor had it ever been clear why any one with leisure and money, and of no very romantic turn, should have left the beaten track of globe-trotters, penetrated to the wilderness, and stayed there-as Alfred Bligh had done. Now, however, all was plain.
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