An Indecent Proposal

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Harlequin, Dec 1, 2008 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Bronwyn Davies is furious. Widowed, penniless and desperate, she came to Fairchild Acres looking for work—and to confront stockbroker Patrick Stafford, her son's real father. Sure, she wasn't expecting the red carpet rollout from her ex-lover…but insults and rudeness? Well, she'll show him exactly what she's made of—and what he's missing!

Even after all these years, Patrick still hasn't forgiven Bronwyn for marrying another man for money.

Now Bronwyn can see what life could have been, with him. Sure, he'll step up and acknowledge his son. But the cost will be far dearer than Bronwyn could ever have imagined.…

 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
7
Section 3
23
Section 4
41
Section 5
62
Section 6
80
Section 7
97
Section 8
117
Section 9
137
Section 10
160
Section 11
180
Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Section 15
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Margot Early spent her first years in a dark three-story Tudor mansion, where, gazing out an upper window, she once saw a man fall from the roof. Born late to a large family, she soon became acquainted with the fine shadings of human nature; at the age of 11, she began expressing her findings in the medium of fiction. Early develops the same theme in every book: that darkness and light dwell together, and that truth renders even the ugly and imperfect as beautiful and perfect.

She has studied martial arts and herbalism and enjoys walking in the forest, especially in the shadows, where she is quick to crouch and examine any animal sign. This award-winning bestselling author has written 10 Harlequin Superromances and one novella; her storytelling is to romance fiction what Siouxie and the Banshees are to pop music. There are three million of her books in print in seven languages and 15 countries. Margot Early dwells in the shifting landscape of Colorado's San Juan Mountains with her loved ones.

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