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y separately published work icon The Prince's Bride-to-Be Valerie Parv , Chatswood : Harlequin Mills and Boon , 2000 Z1361906 2000 single work novel romance
— Appears in: Willst du uns Heiraten? / Marie Ferrarella [and] Sieben Nachte der Versuchung / Lindsay Armstrong [and] Skandal auf Korfu / Sally Heywood [and] Die Schonen Schwestern / Valerie Parv 2001;
She remembered vividly the day they were betrothed. Michel de Marigny had been a young version of the impressive prince he'd become. She'd listened raptly as the teenager enacted the ancient ceremony...with her twin sister. Forever after Caroline Temple had dreamed she was Michel's intended. And then she got her wish... When Michel sent for his American "bride-to-be", her twin begged Caroline to assume her identity and end the engagement. But once Caroline encountered her dream man and his motherless child, she forgot why she'd come...and why this man and baby weren't hers for the taking! - back cover
Princezna z Carrameru
Prague : Harlequin , 2002

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