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Married by Arrangement by Lynne Graham
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Married by Arrangement

by Lynne Graham

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Ah, those harlequin couples can be so silly with their ridiculous ideas, false theories, and back-and-forth misunderstandings. Lynne Graham continues her usual strange virginity and baby obsession. Still, it was enjoyable as the story moved along quickly, had spunk/spark, and I dug the mains. Sophie was sweet, different, fun, and feisty. The hero was a good one as well, liked his traditional approaches and sense of humor. Not particularly steamy but I wasn't that interested with that for this story, so that didn't deter from the story. Lydia as the existing baby wasn't annoying and was cute, kept well in the story. The beginning especially shone. Not a big fan of the arranged marriage but here it works well enough. ( )
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'But why didn't Belinda tell us last year that she had given birth to Pablo's child?'
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Married in haste... for a his passionate pleasure!

Antonio Rocha saw Sophie Cunningham as a tramp -- she was raising his orphaned baby niece in a trailer!

However, Antonio didn't appreciate that though she might not be a lady, Sophie had plenty of love to give. And she was a virgin.

Antonio soon found himself attracted to Sophie, and he knew how to indulge this passion: a marriage arrangement on his terms....
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Spanish aristocrat Antonio Rocha viewed Sophie Cunningham as a common little slut: she sported a tattoo, and was dragging up his orphaned baby niece in a caravan!

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