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Marriage on Demand by Susan Mallery

Marriage on Demand (1995)

by Susan Mallery

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Part of the Haynes' brothers series. Honorary brother Austin, is a cold loner, who Rebecca knows has a wonderful heart underneath all that hurt. Stranded in a storm ,the hook up for one night, leaving her pregnant. So Austin does the honorable thing and marries her out of obligation, but Rebecca wants love and won't settle for less from him. ( )
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Back Cover description: MARRIAGE ON DEMAND. To hear Glenwood's womenfolk whisper, notorious Austin Lucas was temptation incarnate. Delicious as forbidden sin, he even tempted bashful, cherubic Rebecca Chambers. But, amid countless adoring females, he'd never notice the tongue-tied do-gooder. So who'd have thought that a stormy night and a blushing request would have Austin bedding innocent Rebecca? Or that, after the unspeakably sexy fact, he'd make an honest woman of her? Had the small-town saint led the sinner to salvation? Or would Austin merely give his child a name--and Rebecca everlasting heartache?
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