The Australian's Housekeeper Bride/Single Father

The Australian's Housekeeper Bride/Single Father

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by LINDSAY ARMSTRONG, Sharon Archer

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Imprint: Mills & Boon - Australian Favourites

Release date: 2017-01-01

Pages: 384 Pages

ISBN: 9781489231888

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The Australian's Housekeeper Bride – Lindsay Armstrong

Rhiannon Fairfax believes everything should be calm and orderly. And she's made a career out of ensuring that other people's lives are perfect. Then billionaire Lee Richardson hires her. Stormy, complex and autocratic, Lee needs a wife – and he wants Rhiannon! Swept out of her sensible shoes, Rhiannon agrees. But as secrets begin to emerge, she wonders if she can trust her new husband...

Single Father: Wife And Mother Wanted – Sharon Archer

Caring vet Caitlin Butler–Brown has come to this small Australian town to find the family she's never known – but she'll never admit that her eagerness to stay has anything to do with gorgeous GP Matt Gardiner! Whether she's delivering foals or mothering abandoned puppies, Caitlin has well and truly captured the dedicated single dad's heart – and has certainly put the smile back on his young son's face. Caitlin longs to fulfil all their dreams and become part of their family permanently – but first she has a secret to reveal. A secret that could change everything…

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LINDSAY ARMSTRONG

LINDSAY ARMSTRONG

Lindsay Armstrong was born in South Africa. She grew up with three ambitions: to become a writer, to travel the world, and to be a game ranger. She managed two out of three! When Lindsay went to work it was in travel and this started her on the road to seeing the world. It wasn't until her youngest child started school that Lindsay sat down at the kitchen table determined to tackle her other ambition — to stop dreaming about writing and do it! She hasn't stopped since.
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Sharon Archer

Sharon Archer

Sharon Archer has always been a bit of a dreamer. Her school reports regularly said "Sharon would do much better in (fill in the subject) if she would stop daydreaming". Yet all of that daydreaming paid off! After years of trial and error, Sharon won herself a finalist position two years running for the Emma Darcy Award and hasn’t looked back (or stopped writing) since. Sharon lives in Australia with her husband, Glenn.
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