The Spanish Billionaire's Hired Bride

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Entangled Publishing, LLC, Oct 7, 2012 - Fiction - 264 pages
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The Spanish Billionaire's Hired Bride by Rachel Lyndhurst

He bought her with cold, hard cash, but can she stop him from stealing her heart? Blackmailed to marry against his will, Ricardo Almanza needs a wife before he's thirty, and time is running out. A notorious playboy, marriage is the last thing he wants, but his stepmother's sexy, debt-ridden personal assistant is the perfect solution. He makes her a business deal she can't refuse—one million euros for three months as his wife. He might even enjoy being married to her ... if she doesn't kick the crap out of him again. Helen Marshall can't believe she's considering Almanza's outrageous proposal, but she must help clear her parents' debts or they face financial ruin. The small print on the marriage contract changes to read three months as his wife in every way—including in the bedroom. Has she gotten in too deep, or will she need a new contract addendum, extending their marriage forever?

 

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About the author (2012)

Rachel now writes full-time when her children are at school, but is still proud of her law degree and accountancy qualifications. She has worked in the space industry, pharmaceuticals, insurance, a supermarket, a bus station, a railway depot, and a lingerie department. She lives with her daughter, son and The Exec in Fareham, Hampshire, on the south coast of England and can sometimes smell the sea from her back garden. When not working, her hobbies include rummaging through antique shops, talking to her chocolate brown Rex rabbit and popping into Sainsbury's. She also has a fondness for wine and expensive lipstick.

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