Lonesome Bride

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Wild Rose Press, 2010 - Fiction - 258 pages
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Dex Hardenborough has no choice but to consider Ethan Ransome's offer to acquire her ailing stepfather's company. The lucrative Ransome deal would protect the jobs of faithful Hardenborough employees and spare Nicholas Hardenborough from criminal charges. The deal includes a bothersome stipulation, however. Before he'll part with his precious pennies, the ice-eyed Ransome insists on marriage. To her. Taking advantage of the unexpected proposal from a total stranger whose motives are suspiciously slick, Dex agrees to become Mrs. Ethan Ransome. Determined not to dwell on the prospect of sharing her future--and his bed--with the tall, humorless tycoon. Or deal with those conflicting, primitive urges whenever he touches her, like wanting to nestle against him while she pummels his wide chest with a claw hammer. No. Best just to grit her teeth and present herself for matrimony at the appointed hour. Because she'll need every ounce of resolve to spring the next falsehood on him. The really big one.

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User Review  - Denise Bailey - Goodreads

This was a really good book. A little different for me but I ended up enjoying it very much. I would keep this book and read it again at some point. denise bailey Read full review

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User Review  - SirenBookReviews - Goodreads

A deal is a deal....What else is she to do? Dex reluctantly takes Ethan's offer. Who knew that love would be in the bargain? Lonesome Bride is a comedy, romance, and a bit of suspense all wrapped up ... Read full review

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