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The M.D. She Had to Marry by Christine…
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Nine months pregnant in a cabin on her cousin's Wyoming ranch, Lacey Bravo's worst fear becomes a reality when her ex-lover Dr. Logan Severance shows up and starts to demand she marry him. She had reluctantly informed him of the imminent birth of their child and her location because she thought he had the right to know. The last thing she wants to do is marry the man who is still in love with her sister. But marry him she will. Logan is sure of that one fact. What he's always wanted is a family and a woman to love him. Growing up with his austere father whose high expectations perpetuated his own, Logan knows little of love. So when he realizes Lacey loves him, he accepts it and proceeds to take it for granted. As a teenager, Lacey was always a rebel so Logan is touched when she makes a true attempt to embrace his way of life and his conservative associates. What she wants is his support of her work as an artist, an acceptance of her friends, and a way to smooth the rift that lies between him and her sister. But Logan's disdain and pride refuse to let him make any overtures in that direction until Lacey is forced to stand up to him for the sake of her own self and to help him realize what love really means.
Christine Rimmer has written a wonderful sequel to The Millionaire She Married. In this story, Logan, who was left rejected by Lacey's sister, must come face to face with the truth about himself. His high expectations have always precluded his happiness. Until Lacey, his life was stark and gray. But bringing Lacey into his life and into his home brings him a happiness that he takes for granted. He feels Lacey should be grateful for the stability he brings her. He is happy with the color she and their baby bring into his life but doesn't realize that his restrained manner and disdain for her friends and her work threaten the very thing she brings to their family, which he prizes. Lacey is a strong heroine who isn't afraid to bend and take a chance on happiness. She knows she loves Logan but she also understands that he wouldn't be above using that knowledge against her. She takes a chance that he will come to love her if they are married. Her insight helps her realize that he does though he can't say the words but she also realizes that she cannot be the one who gives entirely when it comes to their marriage. She knows she must preserve her own character and help Logan to have faith in the love she bears him.
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