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Twelve months ago their marriage was perfect....

Then billionaire Tyler Benedict returns home to find his bed empty and Lianne, his wife, gone!

Now Tyler will do anything to get his bride back!

Tyler hires Lianne to be his personal lawyer -- it's a deal she can't refuse. But this time Lianne is wise to Tyler's ways: he's after more than just a business arrangement; he wants her back where he feels she belongs...at his bidding!

Topics: Sexy Millionaires, Marriage, Reconciliation, and Sensual

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426863660
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