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Issue Details: First known date: 1997... 1997 Es Gibt nur Dich und Mich [and] Du Hast Mich Schon Einmal Beruhrt [and] Ein Mann fur Alle Falle
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  • Translation of: Just Another Married Man by Edwina Shore, Forgotten Liaison by Betsy Page and Man and Wife by Valerie Parv.
  • Indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the Berlin,
Western Europe, Europe,
CORA , 1997 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Man and Wife, Valerie Parv , Unknown (translator) single work novel romance

Drew Dominick had been brought up by her father to take over Dominick Developments when he died. She had also been brought up to see the Monroes of Monroe Investments as her deadly enemies - out to use every trick in the book to ruin her firm. So falling in love with one of them was definitely not on the agenda! But now she had, could she learn to trust him - to forget his earlier deception? Or would the evidence against him finally prove her father's words true - 'Never turn your back on a Monroe'?' (Publisher's blurb)

Es Gibt nur Dich und Mich Just Another Married Man, 'Edwina Shore' , Unknown (translator) single work novel romance

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Language: German
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