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Reese Howard's directive was to deliver one very fertile Sabrina MacFadden to the local sperm bank and gather titillating tidbits for his article. Under no circumstance was he to kiss the delectable Sabrina senseless, father her unborn child, then force her to be his bride. Okay, so he'd gotten a little off course…but why was he starting to believe in the promise of this woman's touch, his family, in love…?

Published: Harlequin Desire an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781460311158
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