Mills & Boon Stars

Mills & Boon Stars

The Sons of Lily Moreau #0

by Marie Ferrarella

$7.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Special Release

Release date: 2020-01-01

Pages: 384 Pages

ISBN: 9781867200628

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Remodeling The Bachelor

I, Philippe Zabelle (wealthy software designer, callous playboy, totally un-handy man), do hereby hire contractor Janice Diane Wyatt to renovate my home (but not make significant changes in my life, like making me fall for her, a single mum).

I give J.D. full authority to choose appliances and decor – as long as she doesn’t distract me from my poker games or wear anything too revealing.

Should J.D. fail to complete this job – or should I be unable to resist her beauty and intelligence – this agreement will be renegotiated according to our mutual desires.

Taming The Playboy

When he rescued Vienna Hollenbeck and her grandfather from a fiery car wreck, Dr Georges Armand wasn’t prepared for his reaction to the petite blonde. Vienna aroused his most protective instincts. And that didn’t include the effect she was having on his libido.

An accident might have brought Blair Memorial’s sexiest resident into Vienna’s life, but she was no pushover. Falling for the handsome healer was a prescription for heartache. Unless she could show him that they shared something truly precious: the kind of love that comes along only once in a lifetime.

Capturing The Millionaire

Being stranded without electricity in a houseful of orphaned dogs wasn’t high on Alain Dulac’s agenda. But when a car accident landed the West Coast attorney in the care of Kayla McKenna, he had a change of heart. Something about the compassionate but oh-so-seductive vet was making Alain suddenly yearn for the simple life....

Kayla had a soft spot for wounded animals – not footloose bachelors. But after coming to the attractive stranger’s rescue, she found him awfully hard to resist. Bringing Alain into her home might have been an act of mercy, but when his injuries healed, would she lose him forever...or would love come just in time?

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