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Sexy millionaire aristocrat Luke Devereaux showed up at Louisa's office, marched her to a doctor and demanded she take a pregnancy test! Much to her complete shock and horror, it was positive!

Nearly three months before, Luke had shown Louisa a night of pleasure she could never have imaginedand which would never be repeated. But the dramatic consequences meant Luke was now demanding marriageand his proposition came with a tantalizing promise: more nights of unbelievable pleasure….

Topics: Sexy Millionaires, Pregnancy, One Night Stands, and Steamy

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426829680
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