New York Times bestselling author LaVyrle Spencer presents a beautiful and moving tale of a false marriage that leads to true love.
The wedding of Clay Forrester and Catherine Anderson was the social event of the season. It seemed like a page out of a fairy tale. But everything about it—from the formal vows to the magnificent reception—was a lie. Catherine had reluctantly agreed to Clay’s “marriage of convenience”—and the only thing that could threaten their arrangement was the unexpected arrival of love.
“A superb story.”—Los Angeles Times
“LaVyrle Spencer’s legions of fans are drawn to her fiction because of its uncalculated emotion and the author’s almost old-fashioned sense of integrity.”—Chicago Tribune
“LaVyrle Spencer is magic!”—Affaire de Coeur
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