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Stolen In Her Wedding Gown / Italian's Scandalous Marriage Plan - Amanda Cinelli

Stolen In Her Wedding Gown / Italian's Scandalous Marriage Plan

Stolen in Her Wedding Gown (the Greeks' Race to the Altar) / Italian's Scandalous Marriage Plan

; Louise Fuller

His something borrowed...is the bride!



After the news Greek playboy Eros has just shared with her about her convenient groom, Priya can't walk down the aisle at her Manhattan wedding. Les mer
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His something borrowed...is the bride!



After the news Greek playboy Eros has just shared with her about her convenient groom, Priya can't walk down the aisle at her Manhattan wedding. To save he father's business she must flee in her white dress...and wed Eros instead!



Rediscovering the desire behind their vows



To win back his bride Ralph must prove to Juliet that he never betrayed her. His plan? Whisk her away for an impromptu night aboard his yacht, and remind her of the passionate connection that will make or break their marriage...
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Forlag: Mills & Boon
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780263282450
Format: 17 x 11 cm
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Amanda was born into a large Irish-Italian family and raised in the leafy green suburbs of County Dublin, Ireland. After dabbling in a few different career paths, she finally found her calling as an author after winning an online writing competiton with her first finished novel. With three small daughters at home, her days are usually spent doing school runs, changing diapers and writing romance. She still considers herself unbelievably lucky to be able to call this her day-job.


Louise Fuller was a tomboy who hated pink and always wanted to be the prince. Not the princess! Now she enjoys creating heroines who aren’t pretty pushovers but strong, believable women.


Before writing for Mills and Boon, she studied literature and philosophy at university and then worked as a reporter on her local newspaper. She lives in Tunbridge Wells with her impossibly handsome husband, Patrick and their six children.