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Scarlet Lady

by Sara Wood

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The Hon. Leo and his Scarlet Lady!

Ginny Mckenzie loved her modeling career, just as she had always loved Leo Brandon. But a lost libel case bringing the Brandon name into disrepute meant the last straw for her marriage. Leo wanted a divorce.

Two years later an ad asking Ginny to contact a man who could be her real father drew her to Saint Lucia. It was a timely moment for a woman seeking love. Not least of all because Leo had followed her. His pretended reason: to prevent Ginny dishonoring his precious family name again through any association with the infamous St. Honore. His real reason: to love, protect and remarry the woman he had once let go.

TRUE COLOURS: Three women are looking for their family--what they truly seek is love.
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