Twice a week for the last three years, nurse Clotilde Collins has worked with the handsome Doctor James Thackery at St Alma’s Hospital, but she’d never dream that he was actually interested in her! Besides, she’s been dating a young surgeon, Bruce Johnson, for some time now, and as soon as he finds the right practice to buy into (he’s very fussy about that; he wants into Sir Oswald’s practice, not some penny ante bunch), her father will give them the money for him to do so, they’ll be wed, and happily ever after, right?
Well, until Clotilde’s parents are killed in a car crash in France…
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Ryder Bramson has a plan–he needs to get control of his business conglomerate away from his two illegitimate brothers. To do that, he needs to buy control of a company that has holdings in the conglomerate…and to do that–the owner insists that Richard marry his daughter, Macy Ashley, herself a talented CEO candidate!
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When the dissolute Lord Rochedale runs over Miss Candice Marston with his carriage, he thinks he’s found the answer to all his problems. Due to the conditions of his father’s will and the insistance of his uncle-guardian, he will not receive his inheritance unless he marries before his next birthday and remains so for a full year. The quiet and reserved Candice seems like an ideal candidate for a sham marriage, allowing Rochedale to continue his bachelor’s life uninterrupted.
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Lee Williams has flown to Curaçao to marry the man she met last fall. Rash? Perhaps, but she was so sure it was the right thing to do! But things are a mess now, since he’s nowhere to be found, and his cynical former boss, Max Van Breedan, has made a most improper offer: Marry him so he can inherit, and he’ll help her go back, after his father passes.
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Miss Claire Yelland is in a tight spot: almost alone in the world, she has few options for employment. Therefore, she turns to the theatre, reinventing herself as the dashing Clairisse Deschampes. She goes to great pains to hide her identity beneath a raven wig and guards her virtue to such an extent that she becomes known as the “Iceberg.” Then, her younger brother gets into a scrape that requires a large sum of money fast. Claire must make an uncomfortable bargain to save him: she agrees to marry the jaded Sir Egon Hollister. Egon wants to thumb his nose at his imperious, matchmaking grandmother by parading a scandalous bride at her house-party. Now, Claire must give the performance of a lifetime: loving newlywed in public, indifferent professional in private–while enduring Sir Egon’s assumption that she is a loose woman . . .
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Toni Swenson is on a mission. She’s gotta have a baby boy, and soon, or her late grandfather’s ranch will be sold! The old coot didn’t think that a woman could possibly love it, or run it, like he did, and put it in his will that it must be inherited by a male. So Toni is hunting for a cowboy, born and bred, who can pass on the genes for the love of the country…and what better place to find one than the bull ring at the National Finals Rodeo?
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Carrie Gray has a very annoying neighbor. She’s a house sitter for a wealthy prince who owns apartment 12B, and the millionaire playboy next door, Trent Tanford, just can’t seem to give his girlfriends proper directions to apartment 12A! “Tanford’s Troops” come knocking at all hours of the day and night, looking for him, and she finally decides it’s time to talk to him about it!
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Spoiled socialite Amira Forsythe is in a bit of a mess…the terms of her grandmother’s will make it so that she must marry before her thirtieth birthday, in order to inherit! So she approaches Brent Colby, the man she left at the altar eight years ago, for a business arrangement.
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