To Woo a Wife

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Mills & Boon, 1999 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Jarrett: The eldest Hunter bachelor - he's dark, handsome and impossibly rich. He intended to buy out Abbie Sutherland's chain of hotels... but now he simply wants her. Abbie is utterly desireable. She is also a young widow, whose experience of marriage has left her wary of emotional and physical involvement. For Jarrett, always a winner in the boardroom and the bedroom, this is the ultimate challange. Wealth and seduction are not enough for Abbie - she needs to be wooed!

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About the author (1999)

Romance author Carole Mortimer was born in a small village in England. She trained as a nurse for one year, but had to stop due to weakness in her back that resulted from a fall. She began writing while she was working in the computer department of a stationary company. Her first book, A Passionate Winter, was published in 1978 and she has written over 100 books since then.

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