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TIES OF PASSION

A change of heart….

Calum Brodey, head of the family, was capable of doing anything he set his mind to--and he'd do it with imagination, ambition and efficiency. Now he'd set his sights on Elaine….

Elaine Beresford had suffered one disastrous marriage. Her experience had taught her to prize her independence highly--so she certainly wasn't going to drop everything just for Calum's convenience! But Calum had brought her alive, made her feel like a desirable woman for the first time in her life. If only the dream would last!

The exciting conclusion of Sally Wentworth's three-part series: Ties of Passion. Money, looks, style: the Brodey family have everything...…except love.

Topics: Sexy Millionaires, Series, Family, and Steamy

Published: Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781459276734
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