The Doubtful Marriage

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The Doubtful Marriage

Format:  Paperback,

186 pages

Publisher: Harlequin Books

Publish Date: May 2013

ISBN-13: 9780373249671

ISBN-10: 0373249675

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""I shall not insult your intelligence by saying that I love you ""
When Rauwerd van Kempler proposed to Tilly, he made it clear that their marriage was to be a union of convenience, nothing more. It would bring him a wife to run his home and partner him on social occasions. And Tilly would get the security of a roof over her head and a man who could be depended upon for all things practical. But suddenly Tilly finds herself wanting more from her new husband--something that wasn't part of their sensible agreement....

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Publisher: Harlequin Books
Publish Date: May 2013
ISBN-13: 9780373249671
ISBN-10: 0373249675
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 186
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.25
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 4.25 x 7.0 x 0.5

About the author

Biography of Neels, Betty

Romance writer Betty Neels was born and raised in Devon, England. She trained as a nurse and midwife. She was an army nursing sister during the war, and continued as a nurse until she retired. Upon retirement, she started her writing career. In a span of 30 years Betty wrote over 130 novels which were published in more than 100 international markets. Her titles include Innocent Bride, A Valentine for Daisy, Love and Marriage, Matilda's Wedding, Engagement Effect, Promise of Happiness, A Girl in a Million and A Suitable Match. Betty died on June 7, 2001, she was 91. Her last novel was entitled, An Independent Woman.

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"I shall not insult your intelligence by saying that I love you!"

When Rauwerd van Kempler proposed to Tilly, he made it clear that their marriage was to be a union of convenience, nothing more. It would bring him a wife to run his home and partner him on social occasions. And Tilly would get the security of a roof over her head and a man who could be depended upon for all things practical. But suddenly Tilly finds herself wanting more from her new husband—something that wasn't part of their sensible agreement….

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