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Contemporary romance - heroine had a one-night stand with her fiance's brother

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1Meg555
Jan 2, 5:18pm Top

I read this years ago and it wasn't new when I read it. It could be from the 80s all the way to 2005. My guess is it's from the early 80s to early 90s, but I could be wrong.

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When the book starts the heroine is engaged or gets engaged to her boyfriend pretty early. I think they're even planning the wedding a little bit during the story.

Her fiance's brother comes into town and when they meet they realize they slept with one another. I'm pretty sure it was a one night stand. In any case they don't tell his brother /her fiance about it. They are drawn to one another.

They have an affair and she gets pregnant. She ends up marrying the brother and his family is pretty shocked, but he doesn't really care. It takes them (her) awhile to accept that they're together because they want to be rather than because he got her pregnant.

The ending is really unique because she is involved in a car accident and he arrives on the scene and is able to heal her and their unborn baby with some kind of magical ability that he hasn't been able to use since he lost someone close to him (I think it was his girlfriend or wife).

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