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Can marriage for money lead to love? Lawyer's contract marriage: Samantha Lombardi was in love with barrister Ransom Shaw. But, forced to marry another man, she had to convince Ransom she'd never loved him. Six years later, Sam is widowed and unexpectedly reunited with Ransom. Now he believes her to be a selfish gold digger. But the sexual pull between them is still so strong! Ransom proposes a redhot affair to get her out of his system. However, Ransom's desire is not so easily satisfied ... Convenient wife: Millionaire Blake Bellamie's just discovered he's not the legitimate heir to Cranford, the grand estate that is everything to him. Nicole Vaseux "is" the rightful owner. The attraction between her and Blake is instant and so begins a passionate affair that culminates with a whirlwind marriage proposal! But it's only after she's accepted that ... Italian's virgin bride: Opal Clemenger's facing bankruptcy, and the only man who can rescue her is ruthless tycoon Domenic Silvagni. Domenic's "filthy" rich, and he thinks money can purchase him anything-- including a wife. So he agrees to help Opal, but only if she consents to his marriage ultimatum. Opal has no choice but to marry Domenic, but then he makes another ... Mediterranean husband: When heiress Natalie Cavanaugh arrives at the Villa Rosamunda on the Amalfi coast of Italy, falling in love is not on her agenda -- particularly not with a man whose dubious family connections have made him notorious. Demetrio Bertoluzzi is tall, dark and gorgeous. Why he works single-handedly to restore his old family home remains as much a mystery as how he funds the job. Natalie finds herself drawn to him like a moth to the flame. But to surrender her innocence to this man could be her undoing ...
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