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A Woman Accused (Secrets) (Harlequin Presents, No 1736)
A Woman Accused - Secrets - Harlequin Presents, No 1736
Author: Sandra Marton
ISBN-13: 9780373117369
ISBN-10: 0373117361
Publication Date: 4/1/1995
Pages: 188
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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On his death, an older man's extramarital affair with a mysterious younger woman becomes public, setting up an innocent as A WOMAN ACCUSED (2). Despite less-than-genuine emotion from the main characters, Sandra Marton aims for her readers' hearts with this simmering romance.

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Olivia Harris was desperate! She needed money...and fast. Trouble was, the only person she could turn to for help was the last man who would offer it. Edward Archer wanted the truth behind Olivia's relationship with his stepfather, but she was determined to keep her secrets! So when Edward started taking over Olivia's life, she was worried. Instead of hating Edward, she began to like him all too much....but how could she? She was a woman accused and Edward had set himself up as prosecutor, judge and jury...and Olivia's only defense was love! (back cover)
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Olivia Harris was desperate! She needed money...and fast. Trouble was, the only person she could turn to for help was the last man who would offer it. Edward Archer wanted the truth behind Olivia's relationship with his stepfather, but she was determined to keep her secrets! So when Edward started taking over Olivia's life, she was worried. Instead of hating Edward, she began to like him all too much...but how could she? She was a woman accused and Edward had set himself up as prosecutor, judge and jury...and Olivia's only defense was love!