The Marriage Barter

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Harlequin, May 7, 2013 - Fiction - 288 pages
3 Reviews
Mission: Children

Rounding up a gaggle of orphans isn't Wyatt Reed's specialty. Still, the bounty hunter is being paid handsomely to bring these children from Evans Grove to the next town. And then he sets eyes on one pigtailed, pint-sized complication, and the beautiful widow who needs his help.

Charlotte Miller's marriage lacked love, but at least it gave her the right to adopt little Sasha. Now without a husband, she can't be a mother. Wyatt agrees to be her groom-for-hire—only until Sasha is hers. But the man who couldn't wait to leave town is finding unexpected reasons to stay…and glimpsing a future surpassing any fortune he's known.

 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
23
Section 3
34
Section 4
47
Section 5
57
Section 6
76
Section 7
90
Section 8
101
Section 14
169
Section 15
179
Section 16
188
Section 17
197
Section 18
205
Section 19
212
Section 20
219
Section 21
233

Section 9
108
Section 10
116
Section 11
126
Section 12
141
Section 13
154
Section 22
246
Section 23
260
Section 24
269
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A native of Michigan, Christine Johnson has lived in every corner of the state’s lower peninsula. She holds multiple degrees from the University of Michigan but prefers small-town life. After a decade as a librarian, she plunged into writing novels and never looked back. She and her husband now split their time between Michigan and the Florida Keys. You can read more about Christine at http://christineelizabethjohnson.com.

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