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Following a trail of secrets back to his family ranch, Jack Winchester needed a cover to solve a decades-old mystery. And Josey Smith offered him the perfect one—if she would agree to pose as his wife for a week. The gorgeous redhead was up to her neck in trouble, and Jack protected what was his, pretend marriage or not. On the run from a killer, Josey had no choice but to accept Jack's proposal. She no longer trusted herself to tell the good guys from the bad, but the handsome, blue-eyed cowboy made her feel safe. Yet it soon became apparent that the sparks that flew between them were anything but fake, and the danger they faced was all too real….
He needs to get married! Rand Taggart has been swindled out of a fortune but if he's happily married by his thirtieth birthday—coming up in just a couple of weeks—he'll inherit a second fortune. His great-grandpa's Texas ranch. She's ready to help him out! Maxine Rafferty's sister has been implicated in the swindle and insists Rand is at the bottom of it. Loyal Maxi figures the only way to clear her sister's name is to get the goods on Rand. When he proposes a brief marriage of convenience, she agrees. The closer she is to him, the easier to find out what she needs to know. Rand gains his inheritance, and Maxi, with Rand's help, lures the real swindler into a trap—leaving them free to pick up their lives where they left off. Except that Rand and Maxi can't seem to ditch each other as easily as they got hitched!
Private detective Regan Reilly investigates the theft of a number of wedding gowns, including her own, while her fiancâe Jack, head of the NYPD Major Case Squad, tries to solve a series of bank robberies, unaware that the two cases are intertwined.
Explaining how to make the transition from single life to marital bliss, provides advice on such topics as how to adjust to a spouse's annoying quirks and how to cope with changes in sexuality, career goals, and friendships.
If you’re an Indian woman and old enough to legally bear children, chances are that an overweight relative has asked you, while fondly stroking their pot belly, ‘When am I going to eat at your wedding?’ The modern Indian woman’s attitude to marriage―and especially to arranged marriage―is a confused one. As traditional matchmaking methods and internet chat rooms come together to build matrimonial websites, our parameters have changed, but the time-honoured practice of arranged marriage sticks. Hitched explores in depth the considerations matrimony should involve, and the issues that can crop up at different stages of an arranged marriage. A cross-section of women―those who married young, married late, married the first man their parents parked before them, or married out of caste in an arranged setup―open up about experiences ranging from the frightening to the hilarious and the awww-inspiring.
At twenty-five, Gemma and Rory decide to marry. Having been best friends and lovers since university it is a logical move. Just a quiet registry office affair and that will be that. Then both sets of parents get involved, and the idea of a laid back occasion is blown out of the water. Will Gemma and Rory's relationship cope with the strain and can they find their happy ever after . . . ? Discover Piatkus Entice: temptation at your fingertips - www.piatkusentice.co.uk
In a rut? Follow Addie Sewell's 10-step plan! 1. Refuse to be the Scary Cat Lady. Don't buy a cat. 2. Step out of your comfort zone. 3. Use a friend's wedding to start your New Spontaneous Life. 4. Prepare to seduce The One Who Got Away (TOWGA). 5. Avoid Derek Bates. Sure, he's hot...but he's not why you're here! 6. Seriously. Stop looking at Derek like he's sex-on-a-stick. 7. Seduce TOWGA by slipping into his bed naked. (You can do it!) 8. Don't panic-you accidentally ended up in Derek's bed instead. 9. Okay, maybe you're enjoying being in Derek's bed a little too much. But he does feel really, really incredible. 10. Abort plan. Just go with it. The Wrong Bed.
According to Mama, a Gone with the Wind-themed wedding—complete with Scarlett O' Hara bridesmaid gowns and a ring-bearing Pomeranian—is fine and dandy for her fifth trip down the aisle. But what's a bridezilla to do when her caterer is murdered? Thanks to the nonstop gossip train in their small Florida town, Mama's gator-wrestling daughter Mace is getting the dirt on who did it. Unfortunately, the suspect list is longer than the gift registry. Right at the top are the groom's East Coast Yankee cousins—who may have Mafia ties. With her on-again, off-again beau, Detective Carlos Martinez, Mace must track down the killer before Mama's Special Day turns especially deadly. Praise for the Mace Bauer Mystery Series: "This is a humorous little bit of fluff, perfect for the beach."—The Globe and Mail "Bound to give tourists a look at a Florida that is fast being paved out of existence."—Kirkus Reviews "Sibling rivalry, steamy romance, a surprising killer, and plenty of catfish and hush puppies make this Southern cozy a winner."—Publishers Weekly "Once again Sharp has presented a humorous look at life in the interior of Florida."—Booklist "This series is just filled with down home charm, with a typical family that loves each other as they drive each other crazy."—Deadly Pleasures "Who knew that a whodunit would not only keep you guessing—but have you laughing!"—Hoda Kotb, NBC Today Show co-anchor "Sharp delivers a wide swath of humor and a keen sense of Florida's history and present."—Oline H. Cogdill, South Florida Sun-Sentinel "A terrific combination of sleuthing and silliness."—Colette Bancroft, St. Petersburg Times "Hitched is a wonderful continuation in a good series. Keep 'em coming."—Reviewing the Evidence "Filled with a delightfully off-beat Southern charm, Mama Gets Hitched is fast-paced, full of suspense, and funny to boot!"—FreshFiction.com
Getting Hitched bypasses the confetti and taffeta to bring you the only book you will need when planning your big day. Written by a unique female/male team, it addresses both the burning questions of every bride-to-be and the smoldering fears of every potential groom. In classic Rough Guides style, it sidesteps the obvious and the clichéd to bring you useful tips and exciting wedding day ideas. Features include: Budget tips: where to skimp and where to splurge, along with DIY options that won’t end in disaster. The ceremony: tailoring the occasion to fit your own vision. The people: choosing your bridal party, and whittling down the guest list. Alternative weddings: ideas for something genuinely different, from mariachi bands to outlandish venues. Emotional crises: weathering the wedding-planning storms, from cold feet to stroppy bridesmaids. Playlists and music ideas for ceremony, reception and wedding night. Warning: This book is NOT for the aspiring bridezilla.