The Wedding Night
For Ann Lennon, traveling to Wyoming to marry a stranger made perfect sense. She needed a fresh start, and rancher Nick St. Hilarion needed a wife. All Ann wanted was to be a good mate. Then she laid eyes on her handsome groom….
Before Ann came along, Nick's home had been in a shambles and his daughter out of control. Now his life was almost perfect. His new bride was decidedly domestic—and dangerously desirable. But passion wasn't supposed to be part of the deal….
THE WEDDING NIGHT: The excitement started when they said "I do!"
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