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Spring Girl

by Jessica Steele

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Carrie sends a note to Lance Stevens mentioning marriage in the hopes of scaring him away. Lance's fiance (Felicity) finds the note and becomes upset about it until Felicity's brother (Stone) says it is his. Felicity is in the hospital recovering from an accident and Stone doesn't want her upset so he persuades Carrie to pretend to be engaged to him.

Definitely an interesting story, though a little bland at times. A quick and easy read. ( )
  Camethyste | Mar 9, 2008 |
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Marriage was the last thing Carrie wanted!

Troubled by her parents' stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap.

Then handsome Stone Harland came pounding on her door in a fury, waving a copy of that flippant farewell note she'd written to Lance Stevens.

Incredulous, Carrie heard Stone's demand: pretend she and Stone were engaged, planning to marry—to save his sister, engaged to Lance, from being hurt. Reluctantly, Carrie agreed to take part in a dangerous charade.
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