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The Trouble With Love by Jasmine Cresswell
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The Trouble With Love

by Jasmine Cresswell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373835450, Paperback)

Jasmine Cresswell's The Perfect Bride

Caitlin Howard was tricked off! If high-powered lawyer Alec Woodward needed a wife, he should have called a matchmaker -- not her personnel replacement agency. But what really rankled Caitlin was that Alec hadn't asked her if she was interested in the position.

Kristin Gabriel's Monday Man

Nick Chamberlin hated Mondays. He'd crashed his car on a Monday. He'd taken the rap on a Monday for a crime he hadn't committed. And then he met Lucy Moore -- on a Monday. By Tuesday this beautiful, kooky woman had endangered his life . . . and by Wednesday he knew he couldn't live another week without her.

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