Series: Contract Brides

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Marriage on Demand by Susan FoxHR-3696
Strategy for Marriage by Margaret WayHR-3707
Bride by Design by Leigh MichaelsHR-3720
The Marriage Command by Susan FoxHR-3777
Bride of Convenience by Susan FoxHR-3788
Her Stand-In Groom by Jackie BraunHR-3804
Marriage in Name Only by Barbara McMahonHR-3813
The Last-Minute Marriage by Marion LennoxHR-3832
Wedding Bells (Contract Bride/ Last Minute Marriage/ Bride Assignment) by Susan Fox"The Last-Minute Marriage", HR-3832
A Wife on Paper by Liz FieldingHR-3837
Vacancy: Wife Of Convenience (Harlequin Romance) by Jessica SteeleHR-3839
The Right Bride? (By Request 3-in-1) by Sara Craven"Vacancy: Wife of Convenience", HR-3839
His Hired Bride by Susan FoxHR-3848

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