Book Reviews of The Surrogate Wife (Harlequin Historical, No 478)

The Surrogate Wife (Harlequin Historical, No 478)
The Surrogate Wife - Harlequin Historical, No 478
Author: Barbara Leigh
ISBN-13: 9780373290789
ISBN-10: 0373290780
Publication Date: 8/1/1999
Pages: 296
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Meagan Reilly Was Innocent!

Yet she was condemned to a life of servitude for a crime she did not commit. And though many would call her punishment light, they could not imagine the suffering of each day spent with a man whose forbidden touch would bring the very devil to pay.

Josh Daniels had no peace. Although the law had found Meagan Reilly guilty of murdering his wife, he could not believe that justice had been done. For the kind and courageous woman didn't seem capable of taking anyone's life, only of miraculously turning his around for the better!
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Yet she was condemned to a life of servitude for a crime she did not commit. And though many would call her punishment light, they could not imagine the suffering of each day spent with a man whose forbidden touch would bring the very devil to pay. Josh Daniels had no peace. Although the law had found Meagan Reilly guilty of murdering his wife, he could not believe that justice had been done. For the kind of courageous woman didn't seem capable of taking anyones' life, only a miraculously turning his around for the better.
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Meagan Reilly was innocent! Yet she was condemned to a life of servitude for a crime she did not commit. And though many would call her punishment light, theycould not imagie the suffering of each day spent with a man whose forbidden touch would bring the very devil to pay. Josh Daniels had no peace. Although the law had found Meagan guilty of murdering his wife, he could not believe that justice had been done.