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This edition was published in by Harlequin Books

Written in English

187 pages

Nicola found he was a law unto himself

She had agreed to masquerade as his prospective bride to help her young friend escape. She was appalled that arranged marriages still existed.

But Luis Alvarado de Montalba was not a man to be crossed. "You forced your way into my life, " he informed her when he discovered the deception, "and now you will remain in it. "

While she conceded he was entitled to his anger, it was her life and future he had taken under control. And he simply ignored her protests.

Mills & Boon

Because the last thing her young friend Teresita wanted was to be forced into a marriage of convenience with the guardian she had not seen for years, Nicola Tarrant agreed to pose as Teresita when the guardian, the formidable Don Luis Alvardo de Montalba, came to claim her. But the plot went sadly awry when Don Luis called her bluff - and to her horror Nicola found herself whisked off to a hacienda somewhere in the heart of Mexico, and forced to marry him. And there was no way she could escape...

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Nicola found he was a law unto himself

She had agreed to masquerade as his prospective bride to help her young friend escape. She was appalled that arranged marriages still existed.

But Luis Alvarado de Montalba was not a man to be crossed. "You forced your way into my life, " he informed her when he discovered the deception, "and now you will remain in it. "

While she conceded he was entitled to his anger, it was her life and future he had taken under control. And he simply ignored her protests.

Mills & Boon

Because the last thing her young friend Teresita wanted was to be forced into a marriage of convenience with the guardian she had not seen for years, Nicola Tarrant agreed to pose as Teresita when the guardian, the formidable Don Luis Alvardo de Montalba, came to claim her. But the plot went sadly awry when Don Luis called her bluff - and to her horror Nicola found herself whisked off to a hacienda somewhere in the heart of Mexico, and forced to marry him. And there was no way she could escape...

Counterfeit Bride

This edition was published in by Harlequin Books


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Format
Paperback
Number of pages
187

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Open Library
OL10738185M
Internet Archive
counterfeitbride00sara
ISBN 10
0373105614
ISBN 13
9780373105618
OCLC/WorldCat
9038273
Library Thing
2538569
Goodreads
6304011

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