Engaging The Enemy

Engaging The Enemy

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by Susanne Bellamy

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Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2014-08-01

Pages: 163 Pages

ISBN: 9780857991768

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One building, two would–be owners and a family feud that spans several generations: all relationships have their problems.

Andrea de Villiers can't lie to save herself. But when developer, Matt Mahoney, buys the building she and a friend have established as a safe house in the Melbourne CBD, she decides that protecting The Shelter is more important than her aching heart. She will confront Mr Mahoney, and she will emerge victorious. There are no other options.

But Matt has other plans for Andie, and she soon finds herself ensnared in a web of well–meaning lies and benevolent deceit. To protect the building and the families that depend on her, Andie agrees to play the part of Matt's fiancée, and play it convincingly.

But lies soon bleed into truth, and what was once a deception starts to feel all too real. Can Andie accomplish her goals and protect The Shelter, without losing her heart to the charming Irish developer?

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Susanne Bellamy

Susanne Bellamy

Born and raised in Toowoomba, Susanne is an Australian author of contemporary and rural romances set in Australia and exotic locations. She adores travel with her husband, both at home and overseas, and weaves stories around the settings and people she encounters. Her Outback series, Hearts of the Outback, and Second Chance Love, one of the Bindarra Creek series with other authors, were inspired by her time teaching in far north-west Queensland. Her heroes have to be pretty special to live up to her real life hero. He saved her life then married her. They live on the edge of...
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