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Not Quite Married

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Not Quite Married

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Not Quite Married by Betina M. Krahn
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Left alone on the family estate, headstrong Brien Weston has learned to manage for herself. But when she becomes too independent for her noble father's tastes, he orders an arranged marriage "for her own good." Taking matters into her own hands, Brien discovers that what makes a woman truly ineligible for marriage is marriage itself. So how does a woman acquire a husband . . . who won't really be a husband? Having rejected his own father's title and fortune, shipbuilder Aaron Durham vows to find a way to finance his dreams. But what is a charming scapegrace to do when a desperate young lady and a small fortune fall into his lap . . . with a shocking condition attached? One irresistible night of passion will change their destinies. Touch by touch, kiss by kiss, they fall deeper into a love large enough to span continents . . . strong enough to overcome deception . . . and sweet enough to make them forget that they have been.

Author Biography

Betina Krahn lives in Florida. She has two sons, Nathan and Zebulun, and a feisty salt-and-pepper schnauzer. With a degree in biology and a graduate degree in counseling, she has worked in teaching, personnel management, and mental health. She had a mercifully brief stint as a boys' soccer coach, makes terrific lasagna, routinely kills houseplants, and is incurably optimistic about the human race. She believes the world needs a bit more truth, a lot more justice, a whole lot more love and laughter. She attributes her outlook to having married an unflinching optimist and two great-grandmothers actually named "Pollyanna."
Release date Australia
August 31st, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Bantam USA
Pages
368
Dimensions
108x175x26
ISBN-13
9780553575187
Product ID
1733810

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