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A Wholesale Arrangement by Day Leclaire
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A Wholesale Arrangement

by Day Leclaire

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A Wholesale Arrangement by Day Leclaire released on Oct 23, 1992 is available now for purchase.

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The Bride needed the groom.
The Groom wanted the bride.
A Wedding was the only solution!

A marriage of convenience. A business arrangement. A temporary measure. Andrea Constantine wasn't surprised when her former fiancé, Thor Thorsen, proposed marriage as a solution to their mutual business problems. After all, he'd proposed to her for business reasons before.

Andrea had learned the hard way that business came first with the men in her life. But she'd vowed never to marry a man who put business before love.

Oh, Thor wanted her; she didn't doubt that. But it wasn't love, and it wasn't even why he was marrying her. Business first, pleasure second--that was Thor.
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