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Brides and Grooms: Both of Them / Temporary Measures / And the Bride Wore Black
Brides and Grooms Both of Them / Temporary Measures / And the Bride Wore Black Author:Helen Brooks, Leigh Michaels, Rebecca Winters Three complete stories in one book: — * Both of Them by Rebecca Winters — Bringing home the wrong baby -- a one-in-a-billion chance. Yet Cassie Arnold's sister, Susan, was convinced it had happened to her. After Susan's death, Cassie felt obliged to investigate the possibility. And she discovered that Sus... more »an was right! Divorced Phoenix banker Trace Ramsey had Susan's real son -- Cassie's nephew. Cassie had his. Trace was powerful, influential and a devoted father, not a man to settle for half measures. He wanted BOTH children and so, of course, did Cassie. He insisted there was only one solution: she'd have to marry him.
* Temporary Measures by Leigh Michaels
A temporary engagement was the perfect solution. When Riley came to Chicago to warn Deborah that her elderly aunt had hired a suave "investment counselor," and worse, was planning to invest the family trust fund in his scam, Deborah decided to announce her engagement. The terms of the trust provided funds from the principal for family weddings. A wedding, Deborah reasoned, would slow down Aunt Ida's investment plans. And give Deborah time for find out what was really going on. The groom? Well, Riley was available. The only problem was that everyone got caught up in the wedding plans -- including Deborah and Riley.
* And the Bride Wore Black by Helen Brooks
Wedding vows were meant to be kept! There was an old story about the Cade men; they only love once ... but when they do, it's for eternity! But where did that leave an ordinary working girl like Fabia? Alex Cade had made it clear that he needed her solely for business purposes. Yet, somehow, nothing could stop the pangs of jealousy that pierced Fabia's heart whenever glamorous widow Susan latched on to Alex! Fabia was determined not to give in to her feelings. She had made a vow, and it was one she didn't take lightly ... that if she was foolish enough to fall in love, then she would wear black on her wedding day!« less