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Sweet Deception (MacFadden Romance, #1) (1978)

by Alice Livingston

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Leslie Madden was on deck and leaning against the railing as the cruise ship neared the harbor of Mytilene, the last island to be visited before its return to Piraeus.
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Leslie knew she should have been grateful to the handsome stranger who claimed her as his fiancee in order to convince angry Greek soldiers that she was not a spy.  But Peter Christou's heavy handed manner infuriated her and so did his arrogant insistence that she continue to pose as his betrothed.  Their "engagement," he assured her, would be nothing more than a charade played for the benefit of his wealthy family, but Leslie was afraid her part in it was becoming only too real.
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