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Scarlet bride

The first time Daniel Faber met Annie Kincaid he knew she was a danger to his bachelor status. Mistaking him for someone else, she'd thrown herself into his arms dressed provocatively in scarlet silk.

The next time they met, Daniel was convinced that Annie was not only his brother's secretary, but also his mistress! Whisking her off to Italy, Daniel intended to persuade Annie to wear scarlet silk againbut this time as a wedding dress….

Topics: Love Story, Mistaken Identity, Italy, Romantic, Heartwarming, Emotional, and 1990s

Published: Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781459251670
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