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A bride for the taking

Harriet Flint must marry before she's twenty-five if she is to claim her inheritance. She turns to sexy Roan Zandros, who agrees to a marriage in name only.

Their marriage vows exchanged, Roan reveals he is a billionaire whose every demand is granted.

Harriet realizes that Roan has every intention of claiming his inexperienced bride!

Topics: Sexy Millionaires, Inheritance, Marriage of Convenience, Marriage, Mistaken Identity, Angsty, Romantic, London, England, and Greece

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426811012
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