The trophy wife When Gabbi married Benedict Nicols, it was the wedding of the decade, uniting two prominent, wealthy families. To the outside world, it seemed the perfect match. No one would guess Gabbi's secret heartache: that she loved her husband, but to him she was simply a social accessoryab. Benedict also expected Gabbi to provide him with a son and heir. If she didn't, her glamorous stepsister was only too eager to give Benedict everything he wanted! Suddenly, Gabbi had a fight on her hands to save her marriageab. And Benedict was definitely a man worth fighting for! Helen Bianchin creates qtantalizing sexual tension.q aRomantic TimesThe initial margin was narrow, given the re-financing costs involved, but the longterm prospect was considerably more favourable than the existing financial structure. ... on the way home a careless motorist hadna#39;t braked in time and her car had suffered a few scratches and a broken tail-light. ... would be out of action while the damage was assessed, and again when it went into the workshop for repair.
|Title||:||An Ideal Marriage?|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2011-07-15|