The Six-Month Marriage (Mills & Boon Modern) (Penny Jordan Collection)


by
Penny Jordan

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 192 pages

File size: 2.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. We have celebrated her wonderful writing with a special collection, many of which for the first time in eBook format and all available right now. A six-month marriage; a quick annulment… Blake Sefton had married Sapphire to acquire her father’s Cotswolds farm. And at first she’d been too besotted with him to realize that his passion burned for his mistress, Miranda, not for his virgin bride. Then Sapphire had discovered Blake’s secret love letters and the reason he’d been unable to bring himself to share his wife’s bed. Painfully disillusioned, she’d run away and divorced him. Now four years later she was considering remarrying Blake–temporarily–to ease her dying father’s mind. After all, Blake hadn’t desired her before, so what would he want with her now?

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. We have celebrated her wonderful writing with a special collection, many of which for the first time in eBook format and all available right now. A six-month marriage; a quick annulment… Blake Sefton had married Sapphire to acquire her father’s Cotswolds farm. And at first she’d been too besotted with him to realize that his passion burned for his mistress, Miranda,… (more)

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. We have celebrated her wonderful writing with a special collection, many of which for the first time in eBook format and all available right now. A six-month marriage; a quick annulment… Blake Sefton had married Sapphire to acquire her father’s Cotswolds farm. And at first she’d been too besotted with him to realize that his passion burned for his mistress, Miranda, not for his virgin bride. Then Sapphire had discovered Blake’s secret love letters and the reason he’d been unable to bring himself to share his wife’s bed. Painfully disillusioned, she’d run away and divorced him. Now four years later she was considering remarrying Blake–temporarily–to ease her dying father’s mind. After all, Blake hadn’t desired her before, so what would he want with her now?

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