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Vineyard in a Valley (Harlequin Romance Ser., No. 1608)

by Gloria Bevan

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It wasn't Tracy's fau it that she had been more or less wished onto Stephen Crane and his aunt. She had, after all, cone right across the world to New Zealand for her cousin Alison's wedding to Stephen's brother, and now that Alison had walked out on the whole thing, it was Tracy too who had been left high and dry. Why did Stephen have to be quite so unpleasant about it all?
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