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Annie has only her baby. But the most precious part of her life is now at risk! Falcon Leopardi has come to claim his late half brother's childand no one refuses the dark-hearted tycoon!

But back in Sicily, family duty wars with justice. Annie and her baby are caught in the midst of a dynastic battle. The magnificent Falcon will protect Annie with the kind of searing passion only the most powerful of Sicilians can bestow…. The women of the sultry island will mourn: Falcon Leopardi is taking a wife!

Topics: Italy, Babies, Sexy Millionaires, Passionate, Series, and Battles of Succession

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426834257
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