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His Heir, Her Honor (edition 2011)

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His Heir, Her Honor by Catherine Mann

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373730845, Mass Market Paperback)

There was no way he had fathered her baby! Carlos Medina knew he couldn't have children. But Lilah Anderson insisted their night together had resulted in her pregnancy. And when she refused to back down, his princely honor demanded he acknowledge his heir.

Doctor, dignitary…Lilah didn't give a hoot about Carlos's royal pedigree! The mom-to-be had never cheated on her lover; she had given him her heart, asking nothing in return. Now, he wanted to marry her—for the sake of their child. Was she asking too much by insisting he give her his love and his ring?

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"There was no way he had fathered her baby! Carlos Medina knew he couldn't have children. But Lilah Anderson insisted their night together had resulted in her pregnancy. And when she refused to back down, his princely honor demanded he acknowledge his heir. Doctor, dignitary...Lilah didn't give a hoot about Carlos's royal pedigree! The mom-to-be had never cheated on her lover; she had given him her heart, asking nothing in return. Now, he wanted to marry her--for the sake of their child. Was she asking too much by insisting he give her his love and his ring?"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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