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Dear Enemy

by Alison York

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The first time Alex Leeward had seen him, he'd appeared with the sunrise, astride a white horse, But reality had hit -- hard -- when she'd discovered that he was Marcus Wakeford, the man who'd dumped her sister and affected her father's health. But having had her money and return ticket to England stolen, Alex's only way of getting home was to work back her passage -- helping Marcus transport his horses, Her only safe way home was to make certain that neither the magic of France nor the magnetism of Marcus would seduce her into forgetting that this man she could so easily love was the enemy.
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The first time Alex Leeward had seen him, he'd appeared with the sunrise, astride a white horse. But reality had hit--hard--when she'd discovered that he was Marcus Wakeford, the man who'd dumped her sister and affected her father's health. But having had her money and return ticket to England stolen, Alex's only way of getting home was to work back her passage--helping Marcus transport his horses. Her only safe way home was to make certain that neither the magic of France nor the magnetism of Marcus would seduce her into forgetting that this man she could so easily love was the enemy.… (more)

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