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"Your daughter can pay the debt for youin my bed."

There was nothing Pippa could do to stop her parents from bartering with Shaun Morganusing Pippa as the price. Shaun held all the aces: he'd inherited the family fortune, and Pippa's father was in grave financial trouble. The only solution was if Pippa became Shaun's bride. Pippa's attraction to Shaun had turned into something deeper, but she knew he despised her and for him it could only be a marriage of conveniencethough one of the utmost convenience, since Pippa was Shaun's surest means of getting his revenge….

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