Become a tycoon, he¶d said.
By the time she reached home, Piper Duchess had made up her mind. She wouldthrow herself into work. She would become a millionaire before she was thirty.That would prove to Nic de Pastrana that she didn¶t need him.But that was before Nic turned up on her doorstep²needing her help«.THE HUSBAND FUND trilogy by Rebecca WintersOnly in Harlequin Romance
!Book 1²To Catch a Groom (#3819)Book 2²To Win His Heart (#3827)Book 3²To Marry for Duty (#3835)Dear Reader,I came from a family of five sisters and one brother. The four oldest girls were my parents¶ first family. There was a space before my baby sister and baby brother camealong.My mother called the first four her little women, and gave each of us a MadameAlexander doll from the Little Women series based on the famous book by LouisaMay Alcott. We may not have been quadruplets, but we were close in age anddefinitely felt a connection to each other that often meant we tuned into each others¶thoughts as we sang, played, studied and traveled together.In our early twenties I recall a time when I took the train from Paris, France, where I¶d been studying, to meet one of my sisters at the port in Genoa, Italy, where her shipcame in from New York. She was returning to school in Perugia, Italy. Some of mychoicest memories are our glorious adventures as two blond American sisters onvacation along the French and Italian rivieras, dodging Mediterranean playboys.When I conceived The Husband Fund trilogy for Harlequin Romance
, I have nodoubt the idea of triplet sisters coming to Europe on a lark to intentionally meet some